In the UK we are fast approaching an important decision, one that could change the way we view ourselves and how others view us as a nation. At such a time it is more crucial than ever that we make the stand and use our democratic right to voice our opinions and air our concerns before it is too late. As a fellow British citizen I am therefore appealing to everyone in the countries of England, Wales, Scotland and Northern Island to stand with me and unite on something that we all too often overlook and belittle. Something that we often cast aside and ignore instead of taking action.
For the love of God, please complete a passenger claim form when you’re delayed on the train. You only have 28 days to get it sent in (as I learnt all too painfully last time) and heck, it’s even a freepost address for First Great Western. By letting it slide you are letting those big train corporations win and let them edge one step closer to thinking poor signalling is acceptable on British train lines. You will not silence me today Mr. GWR, not today.
(You can tell how angry I am by my poor writing – my writing is, of course, so much nicer normally…)
Joking aside, please don’t forget about the EU Referendum coming up this Thursday (23rd June 2016). If you’re voting on the day you have between 7am and 10pm to cast your vote at a polling station, or if doing it by post be sure to get this bad boy in a red letter box near you.
Passenger delay compensation forms and voting. Two equally important things which you’ll be relieved to know have been safely posted this afternoon.
Don’t lose your voice.