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It may seem incredible, but this year taxpayers are forking out £5.3 billion to keep the UK's private railway system in business, four times more than they had to in the supposedly bad old days of British Rail.
The privatised railway, which was supposed to offer efficiency, choice and, above all, cost saving, has been nothing less than a disaster. The rail review was launched in parliament in January by Alistair Darling, the secretary of state for transport, because ministers realised that they were pouring money into a seemingly bottomless pit as services got worse and worse.
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