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What’s really at stake in the renationalisation of the railways?

Jeremy Green

Renationalisation might spook big business but it represents a welcome injection of legitimacy into a maligned public sphere The state of Britain’s railways has long been a bee in the public bonnet.  There are very good reasons for this preoccupation.  Ever since the decision to privatise the railways in 1993, costs have spiralled amidst a general perception that the quality … Continue reading

24 July 2014 by
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