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The Government reduced its spending on railways to £4bn last year. The Office of Rail Regulation’s report also showed that the public paid £2.19 towards each train journey in England, compared to £7.60 in Scotland and £9.33 in Wales. The level of spending has led the TUC to call again for the Government to renationalise...
Labour press release Mary Creagh MP, Labour’s Shadow Transport Secretary, commenting on the Office of Rail Regulation’s publication of GB Rail Industry Financial ...
TUC press release Commenting on today’s (Wednesday) report by the Office of Rail Regulation, which reveals that the UK rail industry received over £4bn in governm...
RMT press release The Rail Unions ASLEF, RMT and TSSA have launched an application for Judicial Review to challenge the government over InterCity East Coast and t...
Campaign to Protect Rural England press release The Campaign to Protect Rural England (CPRE) today (Monday) welcomes calls from MPs for better environmental safe...
The second reading of the HS2 bill will take place on Monday 28 April, the Leader of the House has confirmed. Andrew Lansley made the announcement to MPs at Busin...
07/04/2014 on Campaign to Protect Rural England
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