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:
Join our national day of action to protest against rising fares! With support from Action for Rail, the People’s Assembly are teaming up with Bring Back British Rail, Compass, the Green Party, the Campaign against Climate Change, We Own It, and a variety of local groups to organise protests at railways stations all over Britain on Monday 5 January 2015.
Caroline Lucas MP will be supporting the protest at Brighton station (6.30 – 9.30am) and the Green Party leader Natalie Bennett will be at the London’s Kings Cross station protest (7.30 – 9.30am), where ITV’s Good Morning Britain and other media will be reporting on the action.
See the People’s Assembly website for the full list of stations:
Please JOIN and SHARE the event: www.facebook.com/events/897273553646711
Contact Peter Robinson: firstname.lastname@example.org
Bring Back British Rail supporters outside London King’s Cross Station on 19 August 2014 at our ‘All on Board for Public Ownership’ day of action (photo: Robin Prime). Please help us keep the pressure up by using Action For Rail’s simple online tool to email your MP.
On Tuesday 19 August, we will find out how much our already over-priced train tickets will increase again in the New Year. Bring Back British Rail is joining forces with our friends at We Own It, Action For Rail and the new All on Board campaign to protest against these increases and to propose public ownership as the common-sense solution, which could help reduce our ticket prices by up to 20%.
Join us at stations all around the country and at our big demo in London at King’s Cross Station.
All on Board for Public Ownership
Tuesday 19 August 2014
7:30 – 9:00AM
King’s Cross Station
(assemble in King’s Cross Square at front of station for 8:00AM photo-op)
Bring Back British Rail is supporting our friends at Action For Rail in their day of action this Tuesday 17 June against the merger of the Thameslink, Southern and Great Northern rail franchises into one ‘super-bad’ franchise run by Govia.
The private company Govia is a ‘joint venture’ between transport profiteers Go-Ahead and their partners in crime Keolis, which is 35% owned by French state railways. This is the perfect example of the absurdity of our privatised rail system, where our extortionate train fares are used to fund dividends for private shareholders and subsidise public transport overseas!
Protests are taking place throughout the South East, including a central action at London Victoria station moving on to Go-Ahead’s head office close by.
Tuesday 17 June 2014
7.45am – 8.45am
Terminus Place (outside Superdrug)
London SW1W 9SJ
9.15am – 9.45am
4 Matthew Parker Street
London SW1H 9NP