Tuesday 19 August 2014
Western Greyhound woes and sabotage claims
Some unsettling reports from Cornwall. BBC News is rather muted, but the Cornish Guardian pulls no punches in hinting at behind-the-scenes trouble at one of the country's biggest and most respected independent bus operators.
Bus Users UK reports that many Western Greyhound journeys are failing to run and others are running unacceptably late.
Chief executive Mark Howarth has claimed on BBC Radio Cornwall that some of his own staff are attempting to sabotage the company.
We and WG's passengers hope that things settle down very soon.