A nightmare before Christmas: Inverness Chamber of Commerce chief hits out at ScotRail for axing reservations and delays of trains

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Inverness Chamber of Commerce has hit out at ScotRail for axing reservations on services to and from the north, describing it as “another slap in the face for rail passengers".
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