Monthly Archives: May 2018

Face a dangerous dog or an armed teenager?

Last week two tearful mothers sat in the dock at Leeds Crown Court with their  sons as these two teenage boys were found guilty of plotting to kill fellow pupils and teachers. Nowhere in Times report is there any reference to … Continue reading

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Competition on the railways

So the EU requirement that infrastructure and trains be separately owned was key. With three or more bodies sharing responsibility for rail services there is plenty of room for blame shifting. In the early days of privatisation a passenger train … Continue reading

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