There have been votes in Parliament on the subject of regulating, and capping, rail fares.
Lord Hague of Richmond consistently voted against slowing the rise in rail fares
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On 4 Sep 2013:
Lord Hague of Richmond was absent for a vote on Opposition Day — Jobs — Capital Investment — Mansion Tax — Income Tax — Rail Fares — Energy Bills — Private Tenants — Pensions — Payday Loans — Banking, Planning and Skills Reforms
On 9 Jan 2013:
Lord Hague of Richmond voted against capping rail fare increases and against banning the introduction of a new category of ticket for super-peak trains.
On 5 Sep 2012:
Lord Hague of Richmond voted against capping annual rail fair increases at 1% above inflation and not to ban increases in excess of that limit.
On 16 May 2012:
Lord Hague of Richmond voted against reducing public transport fares, and against reducing VAT on fuel to help motorists and boost the economy.
On 11 Jan 2012:
Lord Hague of Richmond voted to allow individual rail fares to be increased by more than the amount of the Government's cap on average increases.
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