The shadow transport secretary has refused to rule out renationalising Britain's railways in a bid to lower ticket fares and provide a better service.
Mary Creagh told Daybreak she was "looking at a better system that provides value for money for the taxpayer" but would not elaborate beyond that.
Despite numerous questions on whether to bring the railways back under government control, she could only would say "we need to look at the laws governing the railways," as those had not been changed since 1993, when the network was first privatised.
Shadow environment secretary Mary Creagh said she had contacted police to pass on information that she has received concerning UK mainland companies who are potentially involved in the illegal horsemeat trade.
I have written to the Environment Secretary to inform him that I have contacted the police to pass on information that I have received concerning UK mainland companies who are potentially involved in the illegal horsemeat trade.
I hope that this information will enable the police to act speedily to stamp out these criminals who are putting the future of the British food industry at risk.