A most confused argument

Mr Doherty will tell MPs: "There is no economic reason that rail companies should increase fares every year by inflation plus 1% in an industry which receives £5 billion a year from the taxpayer.

Err, yes there is. So that the taxpayer gets gouged less so that other people can live in the country but work in the city.

3 comments on “A most confused argument

  1. How about:

    There is no economic reason that rail companies should receives £5 billion a year from the taxpayer in an industry which increase fares every year by inflation plus 1%?

  2. It is middle class welfare. The middle classes pay a lot in taxes. They want to live out in the Green Belt or beyond and for someone else to pay for it.

    Reasonable enough I suppose.

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