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Britainís charging infrastructure is failing drivers [subscription]

In the second of a four-part series, we look at why charging hubs for electric vehicles are so difficult to build and ask how the problems can be fixed

Is Labour about to shunt its rail renationalisation policy into the sidings? Senior party figures 'have concerns' and refuse to guarantee it will make it into election manifesto

Labour could be about to scale back or ditch its flagship transport policy of renationalising the railways, party insiders fear.

Urgent action call as Derby train maker Alstom says it has 'run out of time'

The Litchurch Lane factory employs around 3,000 people and supports around 15,000 jobs in the wider supply chain

Government wastes more than £8bn of taxpayers money, Labour analysis finds

THE government has wasted more than £8 billion in taxpayersí cash through its U-turns, by-elections and the scrapping of the northern section of HS2, analysis reveals.

Tuesday, 02 April 2024

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