(Adds reaction) By Pete Harrison LONDON, Feb 28 (Reuters) - Britain's rail infrastructure firm Network Rail was fined 14 million pounds ($28 million) on Thursday over delays in track projects which disrupted New Year services. "What happened over the New Year was totally unacceptable for passengers and freight customers, and to train operating companies," said Bill Emery, Chief Executive of the Office of Rail Regulation (ORR) The not-for-profit rail company said the fine would be ...
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