Monthly Archives: April 2012

‘Driverless’ Underground Trains – The Issues.

This blog piece was the forerunner of an article in Modern Railways in 2012 that you can read HERE. The London mayoral election campaign exposed to the public gaze Boris Johnson’s intention to ‘work towards the introduction of driverless trains within … Continue reading

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Who’s on the line?

It appears that I am not alone in being concerned about the recent announcement from Home Secretary Theresa May suggesting it was the government’s intention to provide facilities to monitor everyone’s emails and other electronic communications. In addition to the … Continue reading

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The London Transport Manifestos. Don’t Get Too Excited

If it weren’t for the serious implications of getting ‘the wrong kind of politician’, one could afford to treat the contemptible electioneering material as the bit of fun it must surely be. Election manifestos, in particular, are masterpieces of spin … Continue reading

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