Investigative reports. This week: Public transport & the Concorde crash latest. Rail fare increases and Bristol's Bus Rapid Transit scheme hits the rocks. After the July 2000 Air France Concorde crash in Paris that killed 113 people a court decision has overturned corporate manslaughter charges against Continental Airlines. So what really happened and who was to blame? Why did the accident lead to the permanent grounding of Concorde? The last but most prestigious Bristol built & designed aircraft. Daylight robbery First Great Western invited to explain fare rises but did not return, Steve Satan from Rail Future. Rail fares have gone up 1% above inflation 10 years in a row now. Government is now subsidising railways more than ever and Network Rail has a £200m loan to service. Rail fuel duty has gone up too and McNulty report is totally de-regulating the rail fares advocating doubling fares in peak times. Not sustainable for commuters, Department for transport invented the numbers. There is an overall lack of direction - profiteering off the rail infrastructure and our need to get around. No plan, free market! We should abolish rail duty HS2 route is another flawed design, Chilterns a bad place to run it. John Prescott promised to have an integrated transport policy. Bolivia nationalises two big Spanish owned electricity companies. Michael Shrimpton QC has written a book called SpyHunter but his flat was raided by Thames Valley police and he’s having trouble publishing it in the UK so he gives us a sneak preview. On the Falkland conflict he believes Argentina is dominated by Germans and former Nazis and Nazi sympathisers. Description of Rudolf Hess, Martin Bormann, Sir Edward Bridges, Lord Halifax pro German. Bismark sunk HMS Hood in 1941. Christopher Storey was murdered by the German DVD, poisoned in fact. After the July 2000 Air France Concorde crash in Paris that killed 113 people a court decision has overturned corporate manslaughter charges against Continental Airlines. So what really happened and who was to blame? Why did the accident lead to the permanent grounding of Concorde? Concorde crash, Continental Airlines DC-10 debris theory dismissed in November 2012. Original story was a pack of lies, Michael Shrimpton QC. Concorde Paris crash in 2000 killed 113 people and Concorde was taken out of service in 2003. Break even load on Concorde was 30% and it was running at 50% load so still profitable. Spare parts were moved down to Toulouse so British Airways could no longer service their planes. Bristol company BAC made the plane not the French.