Mick Cash: 'passengers pay a premium for privatisation'

Mick Cash: 'passengers pay a premium for privatisation'

RMT union boss talks to Anna Isaac about the fragmented railway system and how current devolution plans are not the answer to UK transport woes

Boris Johnson? “He just wants to become prime minister and bugger off.”

Until he starts defending his transport workers against what he perceives as damaging political short-termism, Mick Cash seems utterly different from his controversial predecessor Bob Crow.

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We’ve got one of the most fragmented railway systems in the world

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Source: Guardian Transport

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