Catherine has written today to the Rail Minister, following his attendance at the All-Party Parliamentary Group meeting on 26th June. Click on the images to read this letter.
The All-Party Parliamentary Group on the East Coast Main Line, chaired by Newcastle North MP Catherine McKinnell, met with the Rail Minister, Jo Johnson MP, in Parliament on 26th June 2018. You can read the minutes of this meeting by clicking here.
Catherine McKinnell, Chair of the APPG on the East Coast Main Line, intervened during yesterday’s Opposition Day debate on rail policy. Catherine pressed the case for investment in the route’s ageing and unreliable infrastructure.
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