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Arriva wanted to develop Wales' railways but was stopped by the UK Government LET me get this right: Arriva are rubbish because they aren't getting enough of our tax money to charge us money? What kind of logic is that? Alexander Miller WE need it re-nationalised asap, and then we can use that money made to re-invest in our railway. A line from North to South Wales by-passing England would be a good start seeing as it is only us and Palestine that cannot go through one end of the country to the other without going over a border.

George Atkinson WHY should the government pay and Arriva take the profits, because they couldn't get it on the cheap, they left. Quite right too.

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Title Annotation:Features
Publication:Western Mail (Cardiff, Wales)
Geographic Code:4EUUK
Date:Nov 7, 2017
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