So, if you de fragmented the railways and nationalised them what would be the benefit? Some on here call for nationalisation and believe it to be the ultimate answer however who the f*** is paying for all this?????? The unions would chew Corbyns arse and we would either all be paying more taxes regardless of if we use the railways or not or the passengers would pay more. Now if we were all paying more taxes to reduce the cost of travel then we would be subsiding the rich in the south east (not exactly Labour stomping ground), but if we instead paid more for our tickets then rail travel would cost more. Strangely both solutions are against Labour polices and ideals but they ring out with those who support the party line of nationalising "The fragmented privatised railway", cant get my head around it personally.