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Local Issues “£4.5b of rail investment has melted away,” Foster says.
In advance of today’s debate on public services, Bath MP Don Foster has revealed a sizable hole in Labour’s plans for the railways, where there should be £4.5 billion from private investment.
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“Put Byers on Performance-Related Pay,” Foster says.
Bath MP Don Foster has called for Stephen Buyers to have his salary reduced, or a sizeable payment ‘delayed’, depending on what state the railway system is in next March.


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LIBERAL DEMOCRATS HOLD GOVERNMENT TO ACCOUNT ON RAIL NETWORK.
While welcoming the intention to provide stability, restore morale and overcome staff shortages, Bath MP Don Foster criticised the ‘late arrival’ of the Strategic Rail Authority’s Ten Year Plan.


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‘Rail Plan reveals Nothing New for Next Decade,’ says Foster.
While welcoming the intention to provide stability, restore morale and overcome staff shortages, Bath MP Don Foster criticised the ‘late arrival’ of the Strategic Rail Authority’s Ten Year Plan.


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Foster reveals cost of Rail Strikes
Bath MP and Shadow DTLR Secretary Don Foster today released new research to show the likely cost of recent and planned rail strikes.


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“Last year’s rail cancellations up 45 %,” says Foster
Bath MP, Don Foster today released new figures from Parliamentary Questions showing that the number of trains cancelled on Britain’s railways rose by 45% between 2000 and 2001.


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