Forget HS2, the current systems of public transport we have barely work. Other countries can manage it, so why can’t we? Are transport issues going to be a big selling point in the next election? Plus, Britons are more liberal now since the National Centre for Social Research began its first survey in 1983. Does that surprise you? And in the extra bit for subscribers, the Hollywood writers’ strike is over, what’s been agreed to get our favourite shows back on our screens?
“People like the idea of better transport in theory but in practice when it has to be built, that’s when the problems come in.” – Ros Taylor.
“In this country, there’s so much stress involved in public transport - every time you get on a train you’re worried it’s going to get cancelled.” – Matt Green.
“If you drill down into the figures it’s younger people who are getting more liberal since the pandemic.” – Ros Taylor.
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