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Government to hold pensions talks with Carillion

Officials will meet with the major contractor which is struggling under £1.5bn of debt.

'Large' fire breaks out at Nottingham station with major disruption to services

Fire crews have been called to a major fire at Nottingham railway station.

Transport secretary signals support for Ely track upgrades

The transport secretary visited Ely railway station today to discuss track upgrades which could see an increase in rail capacity across East Anglia.

Friday, 12 January 2018

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  • Rail users angered over delays and poor service The Office of Rail and Road said eight per cent of passengers who made complaints were angered over ticket machines and kiosks in stations, although late trains and reliability were still the biggest problem.

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  • Rail union RMT on growing crisis at CarillionThe union's absolute priority at this stage is our members jobs and their pension rights. The workers caught in the middle of this financial meltdown at Carillion are not responsible for the crisis and they should have protection and guarantees from the Government including an assurance that operations will be directly transferred over to Network Rail with all jobs, pensions and rights safe guarded if Carillion goes bust. That is the very least we would expect.

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