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Role of rail freight questioned in UK government

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Both the houses of the UK government have been examining the commitment to rail freight. Representatives in both the Commons and Lords have asked probing questions of ministers with responsibility for the sector. The recent hike in energy costs and the convening of COP26 in Glasgow prompted the examinations.

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Simon Walton is RailFreight's UK correspondent.

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UK Parliament building, the Palace of Westminster from the air

Role of rail freight questioned in UK government

UK Parliament building, the Palace of Westminster from the air Wikimedia Commons

Both the houses of the UK government have been examining the commitment to rail freight. Representatives in both the Commons and Lords have asked probing questions of ministers with responsibility for the sector. The recent hike in energy costs and the convening of COP26 in Glasgow prompted the examinations.

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