‘Do not travel tomorrow’, warns Network Rail with Storm Eunice set to bring 100mph winds

‘We expect very significant disruption’, the group director of Network Rail Jake Kelly has warned.

Passengers should not travel tomorrow ‘unless they absolutely have to’, he added.

This comes as Storm Eunice is expected to batter the UK with 100mph winds, with the Met Office issuing a red weather warning for parts of Cardiff, north Devon and Cornwall.

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