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Anger as fare dodger 'buys silence'

There was anger from a rail workers' union after an apparently wealthy fare dodger manages to avoid court action after repaying £40,000.

A rail union has claimed a hedge fund manager was able to "buy silence" after he repaid £42,550 in unpaid fares to Southeastern - but remained anonymous and avoided court action.

The TSSA claimed it demonstrated one law for the rich and one for the poor.

Mark Norman reports.