There have been votes in Parliament on the subject of regulating, and capping, rail fares.
Jacob Rees-Mogg almost always voted against slowing the rise in rail fares
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On 11 Jan 2012:
Jacob Rees-Mogg voted to allow individual rail fares to be increased by more than the amount of the Government's cap on average increases.
On 16 May 2012:
Jacob Rees-Mogg voted against reducing public transport fares, and against reducing VAT on fuel to help motorists and boost the economy.
On 5 Sep 2012:
Jacob Rees-Mogg voted against capping annual rail fair increases at 1% above inflation and not to ban increases in excess of that limit.
On 9 Jan 2013:
Jacob Rees-Mogg was absent for a vote on Opposition Day — Rising Cost of Transport — Cap on Rail Fare Increases
On 4 Sep 2013:
Jacob Rees-Mogg voted against calling on the government to get more people into work, bring forward capital investment, introduce a compulsory jobs guarantee, reintroduce a 10% rate of income tax paid for by a mansion tax, act on "rip off" rail fares and soaring energy costs, stand up for families in the private rented sector, reform pensions, curb payday lenders, and reform banking, planning and the skills system.
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