RAIL passengers have suffered fresh travel disruption as a row flared over the pay of a train compan
The Rail, Maritime and Transport union said there was a "wave of anger" over disruption and the pay of Charles Horton, chief executive of Southern's owners Govia Thameslink Railway.
His pay went from £263,000 in the firm's 2015 financial year to £495,000 in the year to July 2016.
There was chaos at Brighton station on Sunday evening because of delays and cancellations, scenes repeated at London Waterloo on Monday because of a points failure.
RMT general secretary Mick Cash said: "Brighton station was reduced to total chaos last night after the city's marathon due to a wholesale management failure and the news today that there's a continuing pay bonanza in the Southern boardroom will unleash a fresh tidal wave of anger.
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"Guards fighting for public safety for the past year have been abused and threatened and it's about time this company got its priorities right and got back round the table and negotiated a settlement with the unions that guarantees the second safety-critical member of staff on their trains."
RMT members on Southern staged their 31st strike on Saturday in a year-long dispute over staffing and driver-only trains.