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British strikes: the revision sheet

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A series of planned strikes on the British rail network make this a very long weekend indeed. Thursday, Friday and Saturday may not be good days to move people or produce around Great Britain, so it might be a great time for a timely reminder on what’s turning everyone’s signals to red.

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Author: Simon Walton

Simon Walton is UK correspondent for RailTech.com and Railfreight.com

1 comment op “British strikes: the revision sheet”

bönström bönström|18.08.22|17:56

Yes, ports, ocean, etc., the unique resource, the “low hanging fruit” exists. Railway is Device!
(When connected, by a New Old Railway, basics – for a “Singapore” of hemisphere, the urgently needed, is there.)
Sustainable, well paid, jobs will be provided for, when England/Scotland is the established Hub of Hemisphere…
(Bonus of the above is, that a New Old Railway has to be constructed – where it started, 200 years ago…)
“Only” now requested, is a decisive goal.
(Brexit was first step…)

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