Tag: westminster watch

‘Labour set for power as general election crunch time approaches’

Nigel Farage’s decision to stand as a candidate for the Clacton constituency…

Spring elections keep bus franchising to the forefront

No amount of sugar-coating can disguise how bad the local and mayoral…

Does a quiet time lie in store for buses at Westminster?

For those who missed the announcement in mid-March, the Department for Transport…

Trying to make sense of the political questions around bus imports

From time to time, members of parliament become a little exercised when…

Labour’s plans for bus under the microscope: Who will pay?

I wasn’t able to attend the Confederation of Passenger Transport’s Conference in…

2024 – the year of reckoning on the political front

For those who have little or no interest in politics – probably…

A year of mixed fortunes for the bus industry

Our political expert looks back over the last 12 months and ahead…

Opinion: Bee Network will be under pressure to deliver

Public patience may wear thin if reregulation schemes are not quick to…

Let’s make sure promised HS2 bus windfall becomes a reality

Ensuring the recently announced £700m for bus is actually delivered will be…

Transport policy on the countdown to the general election

Little separates UK's two main parties when it comes transport policy, writes…