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England political leaders ask for masks to remain on public transport

The use of face masks on public transport outside London will be voluntary from 19 July.

Growth Track 360 welcomes report calling for improvements in rail infrastructure across Wales

POLITICIANS and business leaders from North Wales and Cheshire West and Chester have welcomed a report recommending urgent improvements in rail infrastructure across Wales and enhancing connectivity with England.

Thursday, 15 July 2021

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  • PM attempts to reassure southern MPs over levelling upBoris Johnson will attempt to reassure Tory MPs in south-east England that his flagship “levelling up” policy does not involve directly favouring the party’s new power base in the north and Midlands at their expense.
  • Passengers face patchwork of mask rules on public transport after 19 JulyPeople in England must deal with differing rules after several mayors say masks will remain mandatory. Passengers on buses, trams and trains in England must deal with a patchwork of different rules on face coverings next week after several mayors said masks would still be required on public transport.

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  • New Metro fleet to be showcased at Light Rail ConferenceThe fifteenth UK Light Rail Conference, which took place in mid-July in Gateshead, provided the ideal opportunity for Nexus to showcase its Metro Futures project including the introduction of a complete new fleet of trains being built by Stadler.

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  • Increasing cyber security at Manchester AirportAirport security is fundamental for the overall safe functioning of the airport environment and passenger safety. Although airports across the globe have multi-layered security protocols when it comes to passport checks and bag scanning, many are falling victim to a less visible threat: cyber-attacks.

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