ref date:10 Apr 2001 (ECON)
Deaths and liabel for railtrack
The majority of the public in Scotland and England want railtrack, the
private company created by Thatcher and nurtured by Tony Blair to
be shut down and have the job of rail safety and expansion put back into
public hands(re-nationalised) where it was SAFER and more reliable.
John Prescott says Blair wont let that happen as it would be too expensive
to buy it back from the market.
OK. Make it cheaper. People whose families died in the last 10 years
should start a class action lawsuit for the estimated value of railtrack,
4 billion pounds, in compensation, break the stock to penny value, then
we, the public, can buy it back cheaply......