Trade union activists are targeting rail stations around the country tomorrow in protests demanding the rail network to be renationalised.
Rail unions under the Action for Rail umbrella have called for a day of demonstrations - in London there will be a protest at Euston station at 8am.
The issue has come to a head over the West Coast Main Line fiasco - a spat over who will run what is reckoned to be the nation's busiest and most lucrative franchise.
The RMT union said the protests are being held in the run-up to the government's expected announcement on Monday of which privateer will be running the line from December 9.
General secretary Bob Crow said: "In light of the West Coast fiasco it would be an absolute disgrace if the most popular option - public ownership - was ignored.
"Opinion polls and online surveys now show that between 70 and 90 per cent of the British people support full renationalisation of the railways," said Mr Crow.
"It's not the evaluation or the franchising model that's wrong, it's the whole greed-driven, free-for-all of privatisation."
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