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Media playback is unsupported on your device Media caption The BBC followed Alison Bunce on her journey during the strike action. South Western Railway (SWR) is to offer compensation worth up to five days of travel to passengers affected by the 27 days of strikes in December. The walkout by Rail, Maritime and Transport (RMT) union members over the role of guards on trains resulted in travel chaos over the festive period. SWR said it would offer the payments in addition to its normal delay repay arrangements due to the "duration and intensity" of the industrial action. More strikes by RMT are planned . SWR said the compensation scheme - which is yet to open - would run in two phases, the fi... Full story

18 February