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A future Labour government would allow charities and community groups to run local bus services. The party hopes to break up the dominance of the largest five companies in the sector by handing contracts to not-for-profit companies. The move would see local authorities control fares and routes, similar to the powers c...
Labour press release Michael Dugher MP, Labour's Shadow Transport Secretary, commenting on the Campaign for Better Transport's report on local bus services, said:...
Boris Johnson has urged employers in London to pay their employees the London Living Wage in his Christmas message. “One thing I would say, in all this prosperity...
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...
Bus blog by Mary Creagh MP Buses are the lifelines of our cities, counties, towns and villages. They reduce congestion, get people to work, help cities and towns t...
Ed Miliband said his plan to devolve more responsibility for bus services was part of a wider Labour policy to shift power away from Westminster. “The way we’ve t...
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