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Compliments to Ms Riley for highlighting the terrible behaviour of Virgin Trains.

This is the same company that wrongly claimed Jeremy Corbyn was lying about there being no seats available, if you remember.

And it is currently running a TV ad campaign claiming that a journey on one of its trains is a paragon of comfort and relaxation.

It seems the Advertising Standards Authority ought to be contacted over this apparent deception.

Countdown’s Rachel Riley is a bit of a mathematical genius. Did you know though, she’s also a rather skilled corporate giant slayer? Because on Sunday 25 February, she publicly exposed Virgin Trains’ treatment of a disabled passenger.

Riley was aboard a packed, football ‘match day’ Virgin service. After initially complaining on Twitter about the “disgusting” and “horrible” conditions on her train, she rounded on Richard Branson’s train company over the treatment of a disabled passenger:

And after social media responded, Riley found the experience wasn’t a one off. And she may have set the cat amongst the pigeons with Virgin and its passengers:

Source: Countdown’s Rachel Riley just annihilated Virgin Trains over its treatment of a disabled passenger | The Canary

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