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Rail bosses at private rail firms, including Arriva, Abellio UK, FirstGroup, and Go-Ahead, have been awarded significant bonuses and pay rises, despite failing to enforce new laws to minimize the impact of industrial action. The highest-paid executive at Arriva received £1,086,342 in pay and perks last year, a 61% rise. Bonuses of £1.3 million were shared by FirstGroup’s top executives, and a £540,000 bonus was paid to the former CEO of Go-Ahead. The strikes by train drivers from Monday are expected to cause disruption, with none of the 18 operators implementing the minimum service level legislation.

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