House of Commons
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EDM #1267
Tabled 15 April 2013
2012-13 Session
That this House believes the 600 carriages required by the £16 billion Crossrail project should be built in the UK; notes that the contract will be wholly publicly procured for £1 billion; supports the call for the Crossrail trains to be built by Hitachi at its Newton Aycliffe plant in County Durham, which will secure 730 direct jobs and thousands in the UK supply chain, safeguarding the future of train building at the cradle of the railways near Heighington Crossing where Locomotion No. 1 first entered service; is proud that Hitachi Rail Europe has made the largest private-sector investment in the North East since Nissan 25 years ago, securing the future of British train building; and urges the Mayor of London to support the campaign to buy trains made in Britain.

Signatures (34)

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