Serious doubts exist as to whether the Bill will be in the King’s Speech. If it isn’t, then the Government will have abandoned meaningful change.
Review Net Zero interventions, cut immigration; freeze Civil Service recruitment, reduce railway subsidies – and tell the Bank of England to stop selling bonds at a loss.
Despite dire predictions, travellers are returning in droves. Hunt should not overlook this vital sector in his Spring Budget.
The Tories of the 2030s will need to make a complete clean break with the 1980s. We can think new ideas – and return to older ones to conserve and protect the institutions that make up the social fabric of this country.
We need strategic state oversight of empowered operators with strong commercial incentives to meet passengers’ needs.
The Transport Secretary, an early backer of Johnson for the leadership, has become one of the Government’s most trusted media performers
Sixty years after the Beeching Cuts, Britain’s trains face another defining moment, and the Government must make some vital choices.
If it takes a minister looking a prat on YouTube for voters to notice helpful policies, then all to the good.
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