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British Railways

Volume 959: debated on Wednesday 29 November 1978

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36.

asked the Secretary of State for Transport whether, in the light of the proposed increase in rail fares, he will now institute an independent in quiry into methods of improving productivity at British Railways.

69.

asked the Secretary of State for Transport if he will make a statement on his last meeting with the chairman of British Railways.

Such meetings are usually informal and confidential, but my hon. Friend may take it that we discussed a number of problems currently facing the railways.

71.

asked the Secretary of State for Transport when he intends next to meet the chairman of the British Railways Board.

78.

asked the Secretary of State for Transport when he expects next to meet the chairman of British Railways.

I refer the hon. Member and my hon. Friend to the answer I gave the hon. Members for Chertsey and Walton (Mr. Pattie), Chingford (Mr. Tebbit) and Hemel Hempstead (Mr. Corbett) earlier today.