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The head of the Commons transport select committee will this week go head-to-head with the senior civil servant accused of micro-managing the railway industry into chaos.
That’s according to an article in The Times that says Peter Wilkinson, the Department for Transport’s rail passenger services chief, has been called before the committee where he will face Huw Merriman, its Tory chairman.
Mr Wilkinson and the rail minister Chris Heaton-Harris will be quizzed by MPs on what happens next to a rail industry on £10 billion taxpayer emergency funding and operating on a privatised franchise system.
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