Grayling pushes for Britain railway review amid commuter anger
The inquiry would look at how the country’s railways are operated, following rail timetabling chaos this year
The government is considering a full review of how Britain’s railways are operated, after a succession of crises in the industry and growing commuter discontent.
The transport secretary, Chris Grayling, has pushed for an overarching inquiry after the collapse of the Virgin Trains east coast franchise and the rail timetabling chaos that hit Northern Rail, Southern and Thameslink services in May.
Source: Guardian Transport