Maintenance Investigation Visit Reports (MIVR), which the Driver and Vehicle Standards Agency (DVSA) carries out to ensure operators have the right systems, arrangements and facilities in place to maintain their vehicles, are changing.
Setting out his action plan to tackle the spread of coronavirus, on 4 March, in the Commons, Prime Minister Boris Johnson confirmed that emergency legislation would be introduced to ensure that workers will get statutory sick pay (SSP) from the first day off work, not the fourth.
Eight industry groups, including Logistics UK (formerly the Freight Transport Association (FTA)), have written to Cabinet Office Minister Michael Gove raising doubts about preparations for the UK border at the end of the transition period.
The Prime Minister recently said that the way out of the coronavirus crisis was to “Build, build, build”. Now Chancellor Rishi Sunak has made it clear that the Treasury sees the way ahead has being defined by keeping as many people as possible in work.
Transport for London (TfL) has reminded Londoners of important changes being made to the bus network that will make it easier for children, young people and teachers to travel safely on public transport as schools reopen.