Northern boss says sorry to passengers and blames short-notice over rail chaos
The boss of Northern Rail has issued an apology to passengers, admitting services in the past few weeks have not been good enough and blamed the chaos on the North of England’s railways on the short notice the firm was given to implement new timetables.
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“Let’s make a plan and work together. There will be plenty in it for you. This is not a one-way street. There is a huge amount you get back and a huge amount of staff engagement and a huge amount that goes on to you credit rating in terms of what you are doing, but also meaning in terms of your community values.”
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“A very modern marriage.”
These words were spoken many times over the weekend in relation to the wedding of Prince Harry and Megan Markle, an event which delighted people the world over and provided a fantastic day of national unity in an increasingly divided Britain.
Clydesdale and Yorkshire bank owner CYBG said it swung into the red with interim pre-tax losses of £95 million against profits of £46 million a year earlier after taking a hit on the payment protection insurance (PPI) scandal.