Stagecoach raises the ante with a legal threat to the government because it is disqualified for offering three railroad contracts
Stagecoach has raised the ante in its struggle with the government
Stagecoach has increased the ante in its battle with the government after it was disqualified at 11 o'clock to offer three rail contracts in a row on retirement benefits.
The rail and bus company said it was written to the Ministry of Transport and it is assumed that the letter is a prelude to action by the Supreme Court.
Stagecoach has asked the DfT to respond to it today.
Stagecoach wants to know why her bid for East Midlands, which is currently being carried out, at the last minute as & # 39; non-conforming & # 39; Was considered.
According to her, the government passed on the burden of the insurance obligations for the huge railway pension fund to the railway operators for the first time.