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The former British Airways chief executive tasked with a full-scale review of the railways has hinted that the industry regulator could be tasked with handling compensation claims.

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Only about 100 small businesses have applied for financial help to scrap their vehicle and avoid Sadiq Khan's new pollution levy, the Evening Standard can reveal.

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  • Kirklees bus users vent fury over changesA PACKED public meeting called by Batley and Spen MP Tracy Brabin saw dozens of angry bus users vent their frustration at transport bosses over the recent timetable overhaul.

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  • Trump and US senators weigh in on MAX safetySeveral US senators are urging the FAA to follow the lead of countries including China, Germany and France by temporarily grounding all Boeing 737 MAX 8s, following the deadly crash of Ethiopian Airlines flight ET302 on March 10. read more
  • MAX crash divides US from rest of world on aviation safety calls The immediate aftermath of the Ethiopian Airlines‚Äô Boeing 737 MAX crash is stunning. While it is not unprecedented for the aviation authorities and airlines of non-US countries to diverge from FAA on when an aircraft grounding is necessary, it is unusual. And the scale of this divergence is unprecedented. read more
  • TSA may get $7.8 billion in funding for fiscal 2020The Trump Administration is seeking to send $51.7 billion to the US Department of Homeland Security (DHS) in FY2020, a 5% increase over the previous year‚Äôs enacted level, according to estimates released by the Office of Management and Budget on March 11. read more
  • FAA: No MAX groundings, stays course with planned changesThe FAA is pressing on with planned changes to Boeing 737 MAX aircraft stemming from the October 2018 Lion Air flight JT610 crash, but has not seen evidence from the recent Ethiopian Airlines MAX 8 crash to take additional steps, such as the precautionary groundings around the globe. read more

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