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  • Government's £50m first class travel bill

    Government departments have spent £50m on luxury and first class travel under the Coalition, the Sunday Express reports. The spending, which encompasses taxi fares, first-class rail tickets and business-class flights, is despite a supposed ban by the Coalition on “first-class travel”, and covers 13 of 21 departments.

Air Transport

Lib Dems: Pass on falling fuel prices to travellers, Danny Alexander tells airlines

Liberal Democrats press release Danny Alexander has welcomed Virgin Atlantic’s move to slash £10 off air travel ticket prices to reflect falling oil prices. Th...

Buses

City Hall: Mayor introduces new part-time worker fare deal as part of real terms fares

  City Hall press release Mayor introduces new part-time worker fare deal as part of real terms fares freeze * 'Pay as you go' caps cut will provide fairer an...

Rail Transport

PAC: procuring new trains

Public Accounts Committee press release The Rt Hon Margaret Hodge MP, Chair of the Committee of Public Accounts, today said: "The Department for Transport's decis...

Road Transport

Dugher slams McLoughlin as 'all talk and no delivery' on road investment

The Government’s announcement on road investment has been branded a “classic case of all-talk and no delivery” by the Shadow Transport Secretary. Michael Dugher s...

Transport Policy

Vince Cable: Torture allegations undermine our civilised society

Vince Cable said that the allegations of British involvement in torture were “appalling”. “I certainly don’t rule out [a judge-led inquiry]. At the moment we’ve g...

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