The Department of Transport has defended the fact that English rail passengers will face a sharper rise in average regulated fares than people boarding Scottish trains.
The railways in Scotland are heavily subsidised by the taxpayer. If these levels of subsidy were replicated on railways in England, the cost would be hundreds of pounds a year for every household in England, whether or not they used the train.
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