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Paul Salveson is a visiting professor in transport & logistics at the University of Huddersfield, and is a co-ordinator of the Rail Reform Group. His book Region: Class: Community: Socialism with a Northern Accent will be out in July, published by Lancashire Loominary.

Which way for railways?

Paul Salveson on more leisure travel and halting HS2

England – which England?

Paul Salveson on the fool’s gold of English nationalism

Northern democracy

Paul Salveson on 2021 and a reset for new normal

Rural reflections

Paul Salveson on pandemic peregrinations

Railways: new directions required

Paul Salveson on de facto state ownership and its problems

For a progressive English regionalism

Paul Salveson makes the case for a complete overhaul of UK government structures to rebalance power and decision-making currently dominated by London and the South

Carry on cycling

Paul Salveson reports on a gentle cycling revolution gathering speed

Labour’s British Railways mark 2 is a dead duck

Back to the 1950s is no way to run a modern railway system, says Paul Salveson

What’s all this ‘red wall’ stuff?

Paul Salveson examines the myth of the Northern Labour Heartlands

Grim up North

Paul Salveson on the challenges of rebuilding the red wall

The break-up of Britain?

Paul Salveson surveys views of post-Brexit Britain