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Charlie Mullins
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Julie Meyer
Tony Caldeira
Richard O'Sullivan
David Pollock
Brian Hay
Michael Oliver
Debbie Pierce

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The Association of Train Operating Companies (ATOC) has called for Network Rail to be broken up.

The Rail Maritime and Transport union said it members have voted to strike in a dispute with Network Rail.

The results of a detailed investigation into the need for new capacity on Britain's railway network, have been revealed today by Network Rail.

The Government has announced a £1.1billion electrification plan for parts of the rail network.

The London and Swansea line in South Wales will be upgraded, as well as the link between the cities of Liverpool and Manchester. Trains on both routes are currently powered by diesel.

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