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National Express boss: Shoot me if we ever bid on rail contracts again

The chief executive National Express, once the country’s biggest train operator, has emphatically ruled out a return to the UK rail sector.
Speaking as the transport giant posted record first-half profits, Dean Finch said National Express was determined “not to make huge risks” and was happy to be a “boring” company.
National Express exited its final UK rail contract in January 2017, selling the C2C East Anglian franchise to Italian company Trenitalia.
Mr Finch told The Daily Telegraph: “I would hope that if I said to my board I want to go back into UK rail, they would take me outside and shoot me.”
National Express boss: Shoot me if we ever bid on rail contracts again

National Express chief executive Dean Finch
The comments came as a spotlight is being shone on the financial viability of operating in Britain’s...
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