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Ministerial correction to closing speech on Thameslink upgrades across the south east


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Ministerial correction to closing speech on Thameslink upgrades across the south east
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date
27 April 2018
source Department for Transport
type Written statement

note Jo Johnson MP. Delivered on 27 April 2018


Correction to closing speech of the end of day debate: Thameslink upgrades across the south east, official report, 18 April 2018.

I wish to inform the House that an error has been identified in the closing speech of the End of Day Debate: Thameslink upgrades across the South East, Official Report, 18 April 2018, Vol. 639. The correct information should have been:

“As part of this upgrade, a fourth track and other improvements are being built north of Bedford, which will provide space for an additional train path from December 2020. Unfortunately, until these works take place, some difficult decisions have to be taken. East Midlands Trains’ fast peak-time services will not call at Bedford or Luton from May 2018 to December 2020.”

Published 27 April 2018


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