Wednesday, 5 June 2013

Ian Blatchford on the BBC

Worth making a headline although it is discussed two posts down. Today it has been the head of the Science Museum Group with a dire statement on BBC.  Let me say clearly if the situation is that bad, there is enough money in the British rail industry to carry its own museum paid by a levy on players in that industry. And if they don't want to do it, government could force them. You want to run, own, maintain trains on the network. You will pay this levy. And if the museum is made more accountable, no bad thing.

And then in the same day one reads a closure denial also a BBC report.

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