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16 June 2021
We need affordable, publicly owned public transport: In Birmingham a new tax has been forced on the city that will hit the poorest hardest, takes no account of income or ability to pay, and which is causing growing anger among the community
27 January 2021
Cerrie Burnell and her team have produced a landmark documentary on the subject of disability.
22 July 2020
London is the only economically developed capital in which public transport is not funded by government grants
19 May 2020
The Tories are trying to force workers back to work
5 May 2020
There are reports the government is considering abandoning advice to maintain two metres social distancing
5 February 2020
Privatisation doesn't work! That's the real message from the Tories' decision to take Britain's worst train operator, Northern Rail, back into public ownership
11 September 2019
A major report has at last been published, following concerns over driver fatigue on London's buses. High levels of deaths and injuries involving buses have been recorded.
10 July 2019
Stagecoach workers in Central Lancashire have successfully fought for a pay increase
3 July 2019
Coventry's Labour council has spent two years drawing up a plan to tackle nitrogen dioxide hotspots in two parts of the city.
19 June 2019
RMT members on South Western Railway are taking five days of industrial action
12 June 2019
Talks between the RMT transport union and South Western Railway (SWR) at conciliation services Acas have failed to achieve an acceptable agreement.
22 May 2019
Jeremy Corbyn has announced a 'Green Industrial Revolution.' The plans include nationalising the gas and electricity supply - taking the National Grid into public ownership.
30 January 2019
The family of nine-year-old Ella Roberta have been allowed to apply for a new inquest into the wrongful death of their daughter.
31 October 2018
Housing in Britain is in crisis. Bailiffs were called to a house in Hove on 26 October after the tenant - struggling to get by on Universal Credit - fell into rent arrears.
22 August 2018
Staff and passengers are on same side: Beleaguered commuters learnt on 15 August that they will face yet another increase in rail fares from January.
30 May 2018
The Welsh government has announced, with great fanfare, handing the new £5 billion Wales and Borders rail franchise to multinational corporation KeolisAmey.
14 February 2018
Labour's Sadiq Khan spoke to London bus workers when he stood for London mayor and promised to deliver strikers' pay demands - but we are still waiting
16 December 2017
Arriva backed down and offered a two-year deal, accepted by Unite members this week
10 November 2017
Public transport across Merseyside was nearly shut down
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