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Paula Sherriff MP writes to transport secretary Chris Grayling
Dewsbury MP Paula Sherriff has written to transport secretary Chris Grayling asking whether Transpennine Express customers would be compensated as train misery enters its third week.
Mr Grayling said yesterday that Northern customers would be compensated - but said nothing about TPE customers.
What a mess. On Chris Grayling’s watch, we’ve seen plans downgraded for an East-West Cross Rail for the North, we’ve had the £2 billion tax payer bailout of Virgin East Coast, we’ve seen Yorkshire hit with the biggest rail fare increase in the country, and now a botched new timetable causing despair for the region.
When they look at this Secretary of State’s blatantly incompetent record, my constituents are left asking: where’s the accountability? Whilst passengers are left waiting and waiting on platforms across the region, surely the buck has to stop somewhere.
Every day that this Transport Secretary remains in post is another day in which passengers’ distrust in him and this government grows deeper and deeper.
Let’s face it, if this level of misery had been forced on other parts of the country, the Prime Minister would have already sacked Mr Grayling long ago.
Cannabis farm found in Birstall
Attack on Leeds mosque
An investigation has been launched after suspected arson attacks at two popular places of worship in Leeds.
West Yorkshire Police say the main door at Jamia Masjid Abu Huraira Mosque in Hardy Street was deliberately set on fire at around 3.30am on Tuesday, June 5.
At around 4.20am police were then called to Guru Nanak Nishkam Sewak Jatha Gurdwara, in Lady Pit Lane, after someone set the front door on fire.
Superintendent Joanne Morgan, head of neighbourhood operations in Leeds, has spoken to our sister site LeedsLive about the investigation.
She said: “Clearly people in the communities will be really unnerved and frightened by what’s happened.
“We have increased our patrols - our visible patrols - not just in the Beeston area but across wider Leeds.”
Missing boy found safe
Missing boy Noah Ellam has been found safe in Linthwaite. Thank you to everyone who shared the appeal on social media.
Missing Colne Valley boy
Has anyone seen missing schoolboy Noah Ellam? He was last seen this morning wearing his Colne Valley High School uniform.
Noah was last seen in the Hill Top area of Slaithwaite.
Front page: 'time to stop rail chaos'
The Examiner has joined newspapers across the North in saying ‘enough is enough’ to Transport Secretary Chris Grayling.
After weeks of delayed and cancelled services - exacerbated by the switch to a trimmed-down temporary timetable - passengers are fed up.
Reporters across the north have been on the ground all morning bringing you updates on the chaos in a show of unity against
Or you can read the full story behind the campaign here.
Lane closed on M606 at Chain Bar
One lane closed due to broken down vehicle on M606 Southbound between J2 Merrydale Road (Euroway Trading Estates) and M62 J26 / A58 Whitehall Road / A638 Bradford Road (Chain Bar). Traffic is coping well.
Lane one (of three) is closed as you head towards the split for Chain Bar.