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Government u-turn on trains!

The Department of Transport have finally agreed to meet with local MP Theresa May and others to discuss FGW’s appalling service. Theresa explained, ‘Early in January I and several other Thames Valley MPs wrote to Douglas Alexander, Secretary ...

May congratulates Altwood school

Altwood school has been listed as one of the top performing schools in the country. Theresa May said, ‘I am delighted to hear that Altwood School has been listed as one of the top performing schools on the Government’s Achievement and Attainm...

May: now it’s time for action

After two debates in the House of Commons on FGW and their poor service to their customers, Theresa May MP is calling for them to step up to the plate and finally take some action. Theresa explains, ‘In my debate on FGW the Parliamentary Unde...

May: FGW the ball is in your court

Theresa May MP held a debate on the state of the train service for Maidenhead and Twyford in the House of Commons on 18 January. During the debate the Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State for Transport, Tom Harris MP, admitted that FGW must l...

May calls on FGW to lose franchise

Local MP Theresa May has called for FGW to lose its franchise to provide train services to Maidenhead, Twyford and the branch lines. Theresa has also secured a debate in Parliament on Thursday 18 January on the problems with local train service...

May slams FGW’s failure to listen to local passengers

Theresa May MP has attacked FGW for its failure to listen to local passengers’ complaints following revelations that FGW have improved services from Oxford and ignored the needs of passengers from Maidenhead and Twyford. Theresa explained, ‘I...

May: new paint won’t make them go faster

Local MP Theresa May has attacked FGW for offering new livery on the trains rather than a better service. Theresa explained, ‘I’m astounded. Just when commuters are being forced to endure fewer trains, cancellations, late running and awful ov...

May witnesses new train timetable chaos at first hand

On Monday morning Theresa May joined commuters in Maidenhead and Twyford to experience first hand FGW’s new December 2006 timetable. Theresa explained: ‘The first days of the new timetable were an unmitigated disaster. Peak hour trains were l...

May raises trains and third Thames Bridge in meeting with transport minister

Today Theresa May joined a delegation of Thames Valley MPs and local businesses to press the Transport Minister for better transport infrastructure in the Thames Valley area. Theresa explained: ‘Today at a meeting with Transport Minster Gilli...

May won’t give up the fight for better trains

As the First Great Western (FGW) December 2006 timetable comes into force on December 10, Theresa May continues to press for a decent service to Maidenhead and Twyford. Theresa explained: ‘The December 2006 timetable is simply not good enough...