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Put your questions to Britain's top rail policy makers and clients

What does the future hold for the rail industry under the new coalition government? What are the opportunitues now Tube Lines is owned by Transport for London? Have your questions put to rail minister Theresa Villiers and Tube Lines chief executive Andie Harper.

NCE’s Rail Summit 2010 in London later this month brings together leaders in politics and engineering to explore the future of the rail sector over the next five to 10 years.

Speakers include transport minister Theresa Villiers, chair of the government’s rail value for money study Sir Roy McNulty, Chiltern Railways operations director Tom Birch and London Rail managing director Ian Brown.

Two of these speakers, Villiers and Harper, will be taking part in a live interview at the Summit. To have your question put to either Villiers or Harper, email sarah.hall@emap.com.

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