Industry sources say sales could raise billions for state-backed organisation whose debts could top £50bn by 2020
Group that represents Network Rail and train companies said move would 'improve the experience' of rail travel
Several railway lines have been disrupted by flooding and gales, while major engineering work is also scheduled
Either the network must choose drawn-out disruption, or blockading the line for a long spell of work
Lawyers could have argued that the demonstration might never have happened if it had not been for officer Mark Kennedy, who infiltrated environmental groups for seven years
UK should employ society’s ‘disadvantaged’ on high-speed line, as France did, says lobby group
On the streets of Tottenham, it seemed almost everyone knew Mark Duggan somehow – though most only through friends of friends. His death and the subsequent riots that swept the country have not been forgotten.
An estimated 13 million people set to take to UK's roads from 24-26 December
His rise to chairman has been criticised as 'rushed', with the decision having been made in a 'panic'
Footage of incident released by police in attempt to identify the woman
High speed mobile broadband is to be rolled out across the busiest parts of the UK's rail network, the transport secretary has announced.
An academic who climbed the Forth Bridge at night tells Ian Johnston of the appeal of trespassing
Report from regulator tells Government to consider privatisation or risk unsustainable borrowing affecting safety and ticket prices
Labour would stick within the Coalition’s limits on day-to-day spending if it wins power in 2015 but would plough billions of pounds more into housebuilding and road and rail projects.
Shadow chancellor says Labour would axe grant for 600,000 better off pensioners
The Government risks angering trades unions with plans to commercialise the running and repair of Britain's core roads network, a move likely to lead to full privatisation.