Metro, 15 August 2012

Bring Back British Rail

Yesterday the DfT decided that they would let Virgin Trains continue to run our West Coast Mainline for the next two years, while they look for a long-term solution.

Of course, we all know what the only real solution to this mess is... In order to ensure that we have a fair and coherent railway service in the future, we must stop all this pandering to big business and bring our railways back into public ownership.

Over the next two years, Bring Back British Rail will continue to popularise the idea of the renationalising our railway system and will lobby for a new British Rail which is ring-fenced from the incompetence and political meddling we witness at the DfT today.


The Guardian, 15 August 2012

Day of Action!

This Tuesday 11 December 2012, our good friends at the Action for Rail campaign are organising a nationwide Day of Action to calling for "cuts to rail fares, not rail staff".

We would love as many Bring Back British Rail supporters as possible to go along! Please check their website for all the times and locations of events taking place at stations all over the UK:


Metro, 15 August 2012

Support the Campaign

Christmas is coming and you can help support the Bring Back British Rail by buying some of our merchandise. Not only will you be helping us raise funds, but you'll also be helping to spread the word about the campaign and making your own views proudly known.

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We now have new enamel badges, black t-shirts, bumper stickers and rail card wallets in stock and priced between £2 - 12 (including delivery). Order online before 17 December 2012 to receive in time for Christmas:


Coming in the New Year...

Coming in the New Year, we will be launching a new online petition as part of our new look website designed by Ultimate Holding Company in Manchester. This will be a permanent place where we can amass public support for the renationalisation of our railways.

Please stay tuned for further updates and help us spread the word in the meantime by 'liking' and sharing our link on Facebook and following us on Twitter: