These are the train stations with the worst delays

The worst train services for punctuality and cancellations have been identified as part of analysis of services in the UK.
The consumer group Which? found that Manchester Oxford Road had the worst performance.
More than two-thirds (68%) of its trains have been late or cancelled since the beginning of the year, according to the research.This was even worse at peak times, with 77% of trains not departing or arriving as scheduled.The station is served by Northern, TransPennine Express, East Midlands Trains and Transport for Wales services, to destinations including Liverpool, Newcastle and Norwich.

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York station saw the second worst performance out of those ranked, with 65% of trains departing or arriving late, or cancelled.Joint third on the list were Birmingham New Street and Gatwick Airport stations, where 60% fail to run to schedule.Which[/img]
"Passengers must be at the centre of the forthcoming government rail review, it must look at performance targets to drive improvements in punctuality and reliability for passengers."The review must not be used as an excuse to delay real action to improve passengers' experiences on the trains today. As a first step, the Government must introduce fully automatic compensation, ensuring more passengers get the money they are owed."Which? looked at the 20 busiest stations in the UK excluding London, and then the 10 busiest London stations, since the beginning of this year.
These are the train stations with the worst delays

King's Cross is among the worst stations in London
The study analysed data from website On Time Trains to reveal the proportion of trains which were at least one minute late or cancelled.Here they are:Outside London1. Manchester Oxford Road 68%2. York 65%3.= Gatwick Airport 60%3.= Birmingham New Street 60%5. Bristol Temple Meads 58%6. Manchester Piccadilly 56%7. Sheffield 54%8. Manchester Victoria 51%9. Woking 50%
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