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Bus services are being cut due to funding shortages, Labour has claimed. Some parts of the country have seen the number of routes falling by more than 50% since 2010, according to freedom of information requests. Shadow Communities Secretary Hilary Benn said that services were “disappearing dramatically”.
IPPR press release Britain’s buses broken by deregulation Poorest fifth of households take more taxi journeys than any other income group Britain’s bus pa...
Labour press release Mary Creagh MP Labour's Shadow Transport Secretary, responding to the Transport Select Committee's report Passenger Transport in Isolated Comm...
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...
Labour press release Mary Creagh MP, Labour’s Shadow Transport Secretary, responding to new research on buses from the Campaign for Better Transport, said: “Thi...
Environmental Audit Committee press release Funding for local bus services should be protected in the Spending Review due to be announced on Wednesday, according ...
20/12/2013 on BBC News
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