Prices are not justified by service (or distances), nor are the yearly over the odds increases.
The scandal of penalties which load the dice against Railtrack in favour of train operating companies.
The whole premise of public transport is that it’s supposed to be a service you can use as and when you need it. It’s not like booking a holiday 3 months in advance.
H2S is costing twenty times the amount the NHS needs to stabilise. At this rate we might just not need a government.
Railways are a public service and should be state run and not for private profit.
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The buses and trains need to be put back in public hands we at the moment subsidies them ever since the Tories sold them of so how can you tell me that they are private companys
but as it doesn't affect them, they don't care
Has the government's decarbonisation policy hit fever point?
Privatizing has buggered up the electricity industry, the gas industry, the water industry and the waste disposal industry too. Some things should be considered a service and run to provide just that at an economic cost not a way of milking the end users.