Blood on the tracks - The UK's railways continue to swallow up vast amounts of public subsidy while giving passengers ever-worsening and costly services. Could this be the year when the government finally says enough is enough?
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Public finance : the business monthly of the public sector. - London : Public Finance, ISSN 1352-9250, ZDB-ID 11697313. - 2004 (16.01.), p. 20-23
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