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Fatcats are so arrogant; VOICE OF THE.

WE near 2015 with fresh evidence of how bosses are failing Britain.

Network Rail's fatcat chief executive Mark Carne shouldn't be in line for a big bonus and laughing all the way to the bank.

He has nothing to chuckle about when overrunning engineering work was a one-way ticket to misery for thousands of passengers.

The British disease is the arrogance of bosses who behave as if they're masters of the universe and that ordinary mortals shouldn't complain.

The rail fiasco shows, once again, how we desperately need an economy and industries that work for everybody and not just a few outof-touch wealthy figures.

The quiet majority who work hard, pay their taxes and abide by the rules have every right to be angry when a public service delivers chaos.

Carne should surrender the bonus and if he can't deliver first class service, he ought to quit.

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Title Annotation:Sport
Publication:The Mirror (London, England)
Date:Dec 30, 2014
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