The Permanent Way
In The Permanent Way, David Hare tells the intricate, madcap story of the Conservative party’s fateful decision to privatize the railways, a dream gone sour.
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In 1991, before an election they did not expect to win, the Conservative government made a fateful decision to privatize the railways. As a result, the taxpayer subsidizes rail more lavishly then ever before. In The Permanent Way, David Hare, working with actors from the Out of Joint Company, tells the intricate, madcap story of a dream gone sour, by gathering together the first-hand accounts of those most intimately involved – from every level of the system.
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