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Khan: £1.6bn TfL bailout ‘a bad deal’

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Khan: £1.6bn TfL bailout ‘a bad deal’

Khan: £1.6bn TfL bailout ‘a bad deal’

Mayor of London Sadiq Khan says the £1.6 billion bailout of Transport for London is “a bad deal”, but that the alternative was “for our buses and trains to grind to a halt”.

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Tom09119689

Tom @mrjamesob Only seen him a few times and did not warm to him. Final straw was him blaming Khan for the TFL bailout… https://t.co/DTo11ATDsL 1 week ago

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Katie Watts It wasn't the deal Khan wanted - it was the only deal put on the table: https://t.co/9kASrXTRX5 1 week ago

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Amedeo Felix @BigMac48538202 @DonnaMy54 @SadiqKhan The imbecile has been trying to blame Khan for TfL needing a bailout. Facts:… https://t.co/Nb9ktBK130 1 week ago


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