Franchise replacement gets serious

IT HAS TAKEN the Labour government 31 months since the May 1997 election to reach the point where a serious effort can start to alter the uniquely complex structure created when British Rail was privatised by the Conservatives in 1992-97. The first three passenger franchises chosen for ’replacement’ were revealed ...

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