40 Year old electrics? So rewireable fuses and no RCD protection... I would suggest you get an inspection done. Cables can degrade, certainly RCD protection is a very good idea and you may find other things that actually aren't right.
As regards doing nothing to the stock. What maintenance...
To be fair you need specialist training to drive those buggies. Without that health and safety would have a field day. But Network Rail should arrange that training for sufficient people to provide cover if required (I’ve only seen them at Network Rail managed stations).
Correct. In cases where it is open and shut, that is exactly what unions do. They ensure that the employee is treated fairly in accordance with company procedure.
To be fair, T keys should not be used on anything requiring a modicum of security. They are in widespread use elsewhere...
DfT hold the trade mark to the double arrow logo and it is licensed to RDG.
Trade mark number
THE SECRETARY OF STATE FOR TRANSPORT, Great Minister House, 76 Marsham Street, London, SW1P 4DR, United Kingdom...
They’ll rise but not by nearly as much as you think. Most of the commuters have worked from hoe for over a year and love the flexibility and better work/life balance it can offer. They won’t want to be forced back into the office full time.