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Friday, 4 November 2011

Do you remember the good old days

.. when deaths on the rail network could be attributed to the privatisation of Railtrack, the ruthless pursuit of profit etc, although the performance didn't seem to be any worse than that of British Rail at the time of the Clapham Junction crash, the Lewisham rail crash or the performance of London Underground at the time of Kings Cross.

But now it seems the BBC is reluctant to finger the state owned but not for profit company who simply neglected to inspect the track at Grayrigg, os opposed to Railtrack who caused caused accidents through faulty designs as at Paddington and Potters Bar.

1 comment:

Sean said...

state good, private bad, its in the rule book.

Also In the rule book is putting a whole nation in debt servitude and calling it austerity in the good name of the holy of holy the EU.

The BBC are beyond the pale.