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More than 10,000 jobs are at risk across Britainís train manufacturing sector as orders dry up following the scaling back of rail projects such as HS2, a top industry executive has warned.

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  • More than a third of women sexually harassed on train and Tube journeys - BTP More than a third of all British women who travel by railway are likely to be assaulted during their commute, new data commissioned by the British Transport Police (BTP) has revealed. BTP data also indicates that most assaults occur during the evening rush hour when trains are packed and busy. Unacceptable behaviour such as leering, [...]

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