A reader emails about road transport in relation to the Labour/Green commitment to introduce state control of power.
After huge success with power control models it must be time the Greens looked at nationalising the road freight and passenger transport industries.
This was done in the UK in 1947 with some success according to some old died in the wool (now dead) poms consulted 60 years ago.
This will allow us to make sure that all in inefficiencies of the rail system are equally shared by the road freight system. It will ensure that all trucks are reduced to 5 tonnes capacity and that any deliveries over 50 miles will be done by rail.
This will mean that people travelling from town to town (cities will also be reduced in size) will be able to happily travel in buses without trucks blocking their view.
As a result supermarkets will reduce their stock items, and only one approved brand of any product will be sold. Read more »