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That this House notes that more than 18,000 letters, postcards and petition signatures opposing London Midland Trains' plan to cut ticket office opening times at almost 90 of their staffed stations were received by Passenger Focus during the recent public consultation; further notes that the public consultationwas held withinthe terms of the Ticketing and Settlement Agreement (TSA); supports the Passenger Focus decision to register an objection to these proposed cuts with the Department for Transport; calls on the Department to defend jobs and services by upholding the Passenger Focus objection to the reductions in ticket office opening times; and opposes any move prompted by the McNulty value for money review to weaken the public consultationprovisions of the TSA.
Total number of signatures: 26
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