Dr Paul Davies is working to get answers on the conduct of Permanent Secretary Philip Rutnam. His investigation includes issues pertaining to the mishandling of the Govia/Southern Rail contract, going back four years.
He has now launched a petition calling for a public inquiry into the conduct of Philip Rutnam – to sign it, click here. And don’t forget to share!
Of particular concern is Govia’s “Independent Penalty Fares Appeal Service”, now proven to be an intrinsic part of Govia’s business model and a successful profit-maker for their shareholders. A Guardian expose in February showed that, even on a successful appeal, you may have to pay an ‘admin fee’ equivalent to the original fine!
To view Paul Davies’ recent appearance on BBC Panorama, click here.
To read more about the alleged misconduct of Philip Rutnam, click here.
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Time that fare paying rail passengers were treated as customers….