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The British Government is putting pressure on the Strategic Rail Authority to keep quiet about the success of South Eastern Trains - the only rail franchise in state hands since Connex lost the licence a year ago.
Subtle messages have been sent to the SRA, which will be abolished next year, to stop praising the performance of South Eastern. It has provided a superior service to other large franchises in the South East over the past 12 months.
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