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MPs have attacked delays to the Crossrail Bill's movement through parliament during transport questions in the House of Commons. Shadow transport minister John Hayes accused the government of 'prevarication' and 'timidity' over Crossrail and demanded that Alistair Darling, secretary of state for transport, produce a clear timetable and a properly costed business plan.

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