On Tuesday 16th August, we’re teaming up with our friends at We Own It and Action For Rail to organise protests at stations all over the UK – from Brighton to Glasgow – to End the #RailRipOff. See the Facebook event for full details of times / locations and read on for some of the special events.
On Tuesday 16th August, we continue the #SouthernFail campaign, demanding that the failing franchise be returned to public ownership. Join the protest at London Bridge station from 7:30-9am, in the forecourt of the main entrance (Exit 1).
Support the campaign against Abellio Greater Anglia
Through our Franchises initiative, we’re supporting the Norfolk 4 Nationalisation of Rail campaign. On Tuesday 16th August they are holding rallies at Norwich and London Liverpool Street stations from 11am-1pm. Go along to hear guest speakers from 12noon.
Stop the Privatisation of Network Rail!
For over a year, we’ve been campaigning to stop Network Rail – the only bit of our railway still in public ownership – from being broken-up and privatised. On Tuesday 16th August our friends at We Own It will be descending on Network Rail offices at 9:30am to hand in our petitions. Please make sure you sign and share them before:
London Victoria Station
Monday 11 July, 17:30
We’re supporting passenger action against profiteering train company Southern, which is cutting staff and running their rail services into the ground. Another #SouthernFail Protest is planned for Monday 20 June at 6:30pm at Brighton Railway Station. Print your Bring Back British Rail banners and get down there!
• Privatisation is Not Progress >
• Passengers Before Profit >
As the Department for Transport gears up to announce which profiteering company will takeover our Greater Anglia rail franchise this month, activists in Norfolk are fighting back by demanding public ownership instead. We’re very proud to be supporting NOR4NOR: Norfolk for Nationalisation of Rail through our ‘franchises‘ initiative.
This leaflet will be distributed at stations and events across East Anglia in the coming months. Please support them!
From 4 – 10 March 2016, we are stepping-up the campaign to STOP the Break-up and Privatisation of Network Rail, with Protests outside major stations around the UK which are at risk of Privatisation.
This Monday 18 January 2016 at 19:00, some friends are organising a ‘TwitterStorm’ using the hashtag #BringBackOurRailways. If you’re a Twitter user and care about the re-nationalisation of our railways, then please join the online action by sending out a Tweet like the one below!
Bring Back British Rail and Action For Rail are organising protests at stations across the country demanding an end to rip off rail fares and a return to a re-unified publicly owned railway.
Come and join us at London Kings Cross Station on Monday 4th January 07:30 – 09:30, and at stations across the country. See full details here >
Due to the New Year Bank Holiday, protests in Scotland will take place on Tuesday 5th January: Glasgow Central Station, Gordon Street Exit 17:00 – 18:00.
On Tuesday 18 August Bring Back British Rail is joining forces with Action For Rail, We Own It and The People’s Assembly Against Austerity to protest for an affordable railway under public ownership. There will be a major demonstration outside London Waterloo station (exit 5) from 7.15-9.30am (photo op at 8am) and protests at other stations across the country. Join the Facebook Event for full details!
This April Fools’ Day is the 21st anniversary of the shambolic privatisation of our once world-class railways, which now wastes £1.2billion of taxpayers’ money every year.
Join Bring Back British Rail, TSSA and Campaign against Climate Change in demanding the Public Ownership of Rail at Protests Against Privatisation up-and-down the country this Wednesday 1 April 2015.
Another great example of the absurdity and injustice of privatisation – on the April Fools’ Day this year, the ScotRail franchise will be handed to the Dutch state-owned Abellio, meaning Scots’ train fares will soon be subsidising railways in Holland!
As part of 48 Hour of Action for Public Ownership (on 31 March & 1 April 2015), Bring Back British Rail is launching a Thunderclap action to protest. If you use Facebook / Twitter, please sign-up to support: