Posts Tagged “trains”

I apologise for my lack of enthusiasm for HS2. It’s been unavoidably delayed owing to the lack of evidence

by Stephen Tall on January 29, 2013

‘All aboard!’ exhorts the email I received last night from Lib Dem transport minister Norman Baker, hailing his announcement of the Coalition’s plans for Phase Two of Britain’s High Speed Rail Network (aka HS2). I’m afraid, though, I’m going to have to apologise to Norman for the delay in arrival of my goodwill owing to [...]

I apologise for my lack of enthusiasm for HS2. It’s been unavoidably delayed owing to the lack of evidence

by Stephen Tall on January 29, 2013

‘All aboard!’ exhorts the email I received last night from Lib Dem transport minister Norman Baker, hailing his announcement of the Coalition’s plans for Phase Two of Britain’s High Speed Rail Network (aka HS2). I’m afraid, though, I’m going to have to apologise to Norman for the delay in arrival of my goodwill owing to [...]

4-in-10 Lib Dem members want to see the railways fully nationalised

by Stephen Tall on November 20, 2012

Lib Dem Voice polled our members-only forum recently to discover what Lib Dem members think of various political issues, the Coalition, and the performance of key party figures. Some 550 party members have responded, and we’re publishing the full results. Just 1-in-20 Lib Dems opt for full privatisation LDV asked: In general, would you like to [...]

At least the trains are running on time (Or are they?)

by Stephen Tall on May 27, 2009

The news isn’t all doom ‘n’ gloom, y’know – even in the Telegraph: Trains are more punctual than ever, Network Rail has claimed, with more than nine out of 10 arriving on time over the past year. The figures are (…)

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