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Down the Tube The Battle for London's UndergroundL we be lamenting yet another instalment in a long litany of failure Christian Wolmar is not optimistic indeed he sees every prospect of a reprise of the conseuences that flowed from the privatisation of the railways which he analysed in his previous book Broken Rail So how he asks did we get into this situation Why was the Tube starved of investment by successive governments over so many years How did the present government allow it to become a political football a vehicle for punishing Ken Livingstone for the humiliation he had imposed upon them in London's first mayoral election Why do ministers still believe after the collapse of Railtrack that the separation of operati.