Harpenden Thameslink Commuters organiser to give evidence to Commons select committee

PUBLISHED: 10:42 05 September 2018 | UPDATED: 10:44 05 September 2018

The Palace of Westminster.

The Palace of Westminster.

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The voice of a Harpenden commuter will be heard in the House of Commons today.

Harpenden Thameslink Commuters group organiser Emily Ketchin will be giving evidence to the Transport Select Committee at 2pm.

She will be giving evidence on the May 20 timetable changes alongside a Northern Rail accessibility campaigner, the chief executive of Transport Focus and a representative from consumer group Which?.

You can see her give evidence by going to www.parliamentlive.tv/Event/Index/f38760f1-53a1-4b82-ba6d-4238c3de3728 at 2pm.

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