We must do this before TTIP progresses.
If a nationalised transport system could be run as a business and profits being fed back into the business instead of paying shareholders it might work for everyone.
It’s never been right since privatisation.
Public transport’s aim should be to mobilise the masses as cheaply as it can, offering them freedom and increasing the UK’s potential. Profit stands in the way of this.
I left my native Britain because of Thatcher’s lunatic policies. Destroying the railway system was just one of these. Here you can travel 60 miles for £9.50 return.
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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