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  • November date for EU funding replacement for WalesThe UK Government says it’ll give details of its proposed replacement for European Union funding after November 25th, more than three years after it was first announced and with little or no time for the consultation which was promised.

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  • Monday essay: A political problem (conclusion)THE Department for Transport has agreed to provide financial help for Transport for London until next year, but the agreement has not been reached without a price. In the second of two essays, Sim Harris looks at the effect politicians can have on the business of running transport services.

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  • Skytrain monorail on testCHINA: A driverless suspended monorail vehicle with a design speed of 80 km/h is being tested on an 800 m elevated track in Wuhan.

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