Ford, Roger
March 2014
Modern Railways;Mar2014, Vol. 71 Issue 786, p30
The article offers information regarding the implications of the railway services provider Network Rail in Great Britain which become the part of the British public sector. Topics discussed include Cavendish Elithorn as the new Director of Network Rail Sponsorship at the British Department of Transport, the debt classification of Network Rail, and the suggestion of Lord Chief Justice Lord Thomas to cut the bonuses paid to the board members of Network Rail.


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