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The Government has spent £63m buying up homes that will be affected by HS2. More than 500 homeowners have applied to have their property bought under the Government's exceptional hardship scheme. Of these applications, so far more than 100 homes have been purchased at an average price of £600,000 and 340 claims have been re...
Labour press release Mary Creagh MP, Labour's Shadow Transport Secretary, responding to the Civil Aviation Authority's (CAA) North Sea Helicopter report, said: "...
Adrian Bailey said that there was a consensus in Parliament that payday loan companies should be more tightly regulated. "The reality is that children see 70 adve...
RMT press release Rail union RMT today stepped up demands for urgent Government action to end the shocking practice of train companies dumping human sewage on the...
Local Government Association press release Responding to the announcement by Transport Secretary Patrick McLoughlin today of an extra £140m being made available t...
Transport Committee press release Network Rail must apologise for past handling of tragedies and should aim to cut fatalities at level crossings to zero by 2020, ...
09/03/2014 on Murnaghan, Sky News
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