UK Labour Party rail plan reviewed

Labour's shadow transport secretary Louise Haigh iis in control of the party's Plan for Rail Image Labour Party

Politics and the railways often share the same stage. They have never been closer than they are today. Britain is anticipating a general election, and railway reform is very much on the agenda. The industry is mired in controversy over government influence and a toxic series of industrial disputes. Every political party has ideas on how to rehabilitate the relationship. Everyone however is looking towards Labour as the party most likely to form the next government. Dutifully, they have delivered their prospectus.

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Author: Simon Walton

Simon Walton is UK correspondent for and

1 comment op “UK Labour Party rail plan reviewed”

Roger Whiffin|07.05.24|23:31

Such a pity regarding the chosen title of the very interesting download from the Labour Party’s website.
Finding it was not a simple one click as, unfortunately, “Getting Britain Moving” has been used by other people in the past, with Google showing a number of frenetic Liz Truss Pieces on YouTube before I got to the Official Publication.

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