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أحلامنا المشتركة -> Greens Press -> Cameron's apology for 'disasterous' privatisation ofthe railways ..
عدد مرات القراءة 23902006-07-20

Green Party in England & Wales

Splitting responsibility for trains and tracks when privatising the 
railways was a 'fundamental error' and the link must be restored, the 
Conservatives will say today in a major shift in policy.

Alan Francis, Green Party Transport Spokesperson commented: "We 
welcome David Cameron's admission that the Tory privatisation of the 
railways was a mistake. However he seems to be suggesting that they 
should repeat it by once again selling or leasing the publicly owned 
track to the privately owned train operating companies. Will his 
successor as Tory leader by issueing another apology for that in 10 
years time? (1)

"Over £10bn of public money has been wasted because of the disastrous 
Tory privatisation of the railways. That money could have been used 
to buy more trains - to reduce overcrowding, to open more lines and 
stations - to make rail travel accessible to more people, and to keep 
down fares - to make rail travel more affordable. Instead it has 
ended up in the pockets of directors and shareholders in the private 
companies. What is David Cameron going to do about correcting that? 
An apology does not make the problem disappear.

"The Green Party believes that the rail system, including track and 
operators, needs to be publicly owned, and would seek to bring the 
service back into public ownership. The division of rail and track 
companies into a competitive rather than a cooperative organisation, 
and the fragmentation of the rail industry into 100 companies by 
privatisation, has been disastrous for safety and reliability and the 
provision of an integrated service. "






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