A firm hired to provide ferry services in the event of a no-deal Brexit despite not having any boats have been accused of copying their terms and conditions from an online takeaway.
An increase in freight ferry services won’t resolve a no-deal Brexit border queue crisis, according to the Road Haulage Association.
Labour has ripped into the Government's handling of the railways as commuters braced themselves for a 3.1% hike to train fares.
Responding to the Public Accounts Committee’s report on the DfT’s implementation of Brexit, RHA chief executive, Richard Burnett said:
Labour has renewed calls to end hospital car parking charges after it emerged prices have more than doubled at some English trusts in just one year.
Senior ministers will meet urgently to discuss the threat of copycat drones in the wake of the Gatwick airport attack, it has been reported.
Labour has accused ministers of "abject failure" after rogue drones grounded all flights at one of Britain's biggest airports.
In the event of a no-deal Brexit, the European Commission plans to allow UK and EU operators to maintain the movement of goods between the UK and other EU member states until the end of December 2019.
The Road Haulage Association is shocked at Labour’s Shadow Treasury team’s call for even more taxes be piled upon the haulage industry – the sector responsible for the movement of 98% of all goods consumed in the UK.
RHA Chief Executive Richard Burnett today told French officials at a meeting of French businesses and officials at the Hauts de France regional government headquarters in Lille that planning for road transport in the event of a No-Deal Brexit is “dire” and “simply not robust enough”.
Crossrail’s budget is expected to balloon by a further £1bn after ministers agreed to sign-off on an emergency funding package.
Establishing free ports across the north of England would boost trade, create jobs and rebalance the UK’s economic divide, says Martin Vickers
Liberal Democrat Transport spokesperson writes that "We must phase out diesel buses and private hire vehicles in urban areas within five years".
A no-deal Brexit could lead to bodies not being buried across Kent as miles of traffic jams create gridlock around the port of Dover, the local county council has warned.
Following a meeting today (6 December) with Transport Secretary Chris Grayling at 10 Downing Street, RHA chief executive, Richard Burnett said:
Chris Grayling's response to recent rail timetabling chaos has been branded a "pathetic insult" by a union chief, despite his insistance that he has apologised “many, many times.”
Transport Secretary Chris Grayling tried to dodge responsibility for the rail timetabling chaos earlier this year but he should have taken the rap, MPs have declared.
Ministers are not yet ready to cope with the “real prospect” of major disruption at British ports in the event of a no-deal Brexit, a damning report has declared.
Labour MP Ruth Cadbury marks Road Safety Week by calling for the legal definitions of ‘careless’ and ‘dangerous’ driving to be reviewed.
Ben Houchen, Conservative Mayor of the Tees Valley writes about the potential of hydrogen powered trains which he says can help our railways become cleaner, greener and more reliable.
We need a mandatory code of practice across the private parking sector to end inconsistent practices and unfair treatment of motorists, writes Sir Greg Knight
The RHA acknowledges the progress announced on a draft Brexit agreement between the UK and EU.
The Road Haulage Association has reacted with caution to Transport Secretary Chris Grayling’s plans to expand the port of Ramsgate in an attempt to bypass the Dover-Calais bottleneck – inevitable in the event of a disorderly Brexit.