Public Private Partnerships on the Tube have been slammed harder than passengers' heads during a derailment, in a new parliamentary report. Politics.co.uk reports that far from improving things under the streets of London the PPP approach has resulted in an increase of incidents that "could jeopardise safety on the Underground".
Contractors are "pocketing £2m a week in profits" and yet the damn thing is as bad as ever and perhaps more dangerous.
Londonist hopes that a planned PPP with Al Qaeda finally goes ahead because even a partly privatised terrorist network would probably make London a lot safer.
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