Railway review launched after 'nobody took charge' during May's timetable fiasco - MSE News

A major review of Britain's railways has been launched after an investigation into the May timetable disruption found "nobody took charge" of the situation...
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'Railway review launched after 'nobody took charge' during May's timetable fiasco'
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  • One-Eye
    One-Eye Posts: 66,435 Forumite
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    "nobody took charge" of the situation
    Calling Chris Grayling a "nobody" is not that much of a stretch.

    Failing Grayling is the 7th Transport Secretary in the last ten years. With regard to the railways, one of them was half decent, the others downright abysmal. Grayling will be chiefly remembered for this timetable mess and for knocking a cyclist off his bike
  • Stoke
    Stoke Posts: 3,182 Forumite
    One-Eye wrote: »
    Calling Chris Grayling a "nobody" is not that much of a stretch.

    Failing Grayling is the 7th Transport Secretary in the last ten years. With regard to the railways, one of them was half decent, the others downright abysmal. Grayling will be chiefly remembered for this timetable mess and for knocking a cyclist off his bike

    He didn't even give his details to the cyclist apparently. Not sure if that's even legal, but hey, he's a politician, so anything is legal.
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