The DfT was hit with the biggest government departmental cut in the Spending Review today. Released alongside George Osborne’s Autumn Statement, the review sets out a 37% cut in the DfT’s day-to-day operations budget, which will see it fall from £2.6bn this year to £1.8bn in 2019/20. This is despite an overall 50% increase in transport capital spending to £61bn during the next five years. The dent in DfT’s budget is higher than the 30% cut in resources Osborne forecast […]
Next year the speculation surrounding the UK’s exit from the EU becomes a reality. In the first of a series of briefings for members following several meetings with government ministers and officials, RHA chief executive Richard Burnett looks at the knowns and unknowns of Brexit.
Industry voices disapproval over campaign to ban abnormal and hazardous loads from Dartford Crossing
A campaign to ban oversized and hazardous goods from using the Dartford Crossing has come under fire from others in the road transport sector.
Industrial action by Prospect members at DVSA has been called off after the agency approached ACAS to help resolve the dispute.