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« on: January 10, 2019, 02:02:59 pm »

From Devon and Exeter comes ...
Somebody has evidently been reading 'How To Run A Railway Properly For Dummies'.

Made me smile ... I had been thinking of writing "Campaigning for Dummies", bearing in mind that the subtext is "an a reference / reminder for the rest of us" but decided to write at http://www.passenger.chat/better/campaigning.html to avoid any potential conflict with the branding

What transport related book "for dummies" would you read?   Or write??
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There is a copy of this in Chris Grayling's office. Still in its cellophane wrapper.
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« Reply #2 on: January 10, 2019, 03:07:26 pm »

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There is a copy of this in Chris Grayling's office. Still in its cellophane wrapper.

If you look closely I think you will find it is actually a copy of 'How To Run A Railway Properly For Complete & Utter Imbeciles'.
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