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Passengers could face an uncomfortable ride on the West Coast Main Line as two train-leasing companies threatened to stop buying new carriages. Angel Train, which is used by Virgin Trains, and Porterbrook are both understood to have warned the Department for Transport (DFT) that they would stop buying new vehicles if it launched an inquiry. The DFT alleged that companies were charging unreasonably high fees for trains inherited from the former state-owned British Rail - Financial Times