To begin with, Transport Secretary Patrick McLoughlin’s statement on Network Rail in front of Parliament this morning contained no surprises – at least not to those familiar with the works delays and escalating project costs currently plaguing the organisation. Nor was it too much of a surprise when he confirmed that current chairman Richard Parry-Jones would be leaving. What was surprising, however, was when McLoughlin casually named his successor – London’s very own ...
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