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So, as it stands, in January rail fares will go up by 2.8 per cent - last month’s Retail Price Index (RPI) figure announced today. Commuters will be dismayed to be paying yet more again next year, not least as they endure weekly delays and cancellations and regular overcrowding on much of the... Read more
29 August 2019
Responding to the Department for Transport's announcement of trials of single-leg fares on LNER services from London to Leeds, Newcastle, and Edinburgh,... Read more
14 September 2019
Responding to the figures highlighted today, 14 September 2019, by the Local Government Association, Darren Shirley, Chief Executive of Campaign for... Read more
Local campaigners are celebrating the Welsh Government’s decision to scrap the planned M4 'relief road', a £1.4 billion motorway through the... Read more
22 August 2019
Welcoming the publication of the Science and Technology Committee's report, 'Clean Growth: Technologies for meeting the UK's emissions reduction targets',... Read more
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