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Department for Transport Guide

The House Magazine is pleased to publish the latest in its 'Guide to….' series, with a guide to the Department for Transport.

If signing the cheques is anything to go by, Downing Street is a big supporter of the Department for Transport. Why? And is Number 10’s backing justified? The House Magazine’s Guide to the DfT looks at the key issues, people, and policies at the DfT, helping you to understand how it works, what it does, and how you can work with it. Download it here.

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