A key strategic resource that needs government ownership and control with a not-for-profit ethos.
It seems like this privatisation was completed using the worst of the umpteen awful schemes thought of at the time. It costs the taxpayer more now than it ever did.
The pillaging of our rail network has to stop. Re-investment, modernisation and sustainability are the only way forward.
£4,116 for an annual season ticket to work – 20% of my income. What for? Slow trains, sitting on the floor and heated carriages in the summer. BBBR I say!
Yes, keep the mega-profits in this country. Come on – it makes sense.
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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.
Has the government's decarbonisation policy hit fever point?
but as it doesn't affect them, they don't care