This one-off evidence session was, primarily, an opportunity for the Committee to seek greater clarity on certain aspects of the proposals in the Government White Paper Great British Railways, The Williams-Shapps Plan for Rail, and for stakeholders to gain an early insight into the kind of issues with which Committee members are concerned, at this very early stage.
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