Nationalising rail won't magically end rail strikes - Robert Colvile

One of the more peculiar arguments for rail nationalisation is that it will lead to a new age of industrial harmony, writes Robert Colvile, in City A.M.’s “Debate” column on Tuesday 27 March 2018.

Debating against Emily Horton of The London Student, Robert pointed out that industrial action is 15 times more common in the public than the private sector and bringing the railways into public ownership is not likely to bring an end to strike action.

Click here to read the full piece on the City A.M. website.

Date Added: Tuesday 27th March 2018