Great health and safety gone mad story from the Mail about some CCTV cameras in an underpass that have not been cabled or powered up because TfL say people need special training for it. TfL has said it's all due to the collapse of Metronet of course, but my personal experience of TfL health and safety rulings make me think otherwise.
I use North Greenwich station each day, and about a year or so ago they started to build a stairway down to the platform so they would have extra capacity when the renamed Dome opened for business. The stairs were completed and then stood there with tape stopping you use them for around five months.
When I asked why they were closed I was told that they had not been signed off by health and safety yet so no one could use them. Eventually they were signed off and opened. Then, all of sudden they were closed again due to safety concerns. Now they are open again but they've put that yellow and black stripy taped all the way down the banisters, presumably to warn people that there is a banister there.
Should anyone else have any good TfL craziness do post about it in the comments.