A new report from the European Scrutiny Committee of the House of Commons warns that the current absence of a long-term agreement between France and the UK could impact on the way safety regulations in the Tunnel are governed.
The Supreme Court has announced its judgment in the Royal Mencap Society v Tomlinson-Blake and Shannon v Rampersad and another (T/A Clifton House Residential Home) cases on the payment of sleep-in shifts for support workers.
A letter from Health Secretary Matt Hancock and Housing Secretary Robert Jenrick is being sent to clinically extremely vulnerable people to inform them of a change in guidance (https://www.gov.uk/coronavirus) coming into effect on 1 April.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson has introduced a new bus strategy for England which will, he said, see lower, simpler flat fares in towns and cities, turn-up-and-go services on main routes and new flexible services to reconnect communities.
A report from the councils involved in the Greater Cambridge Partnership (GCP) proposes that the county council and combined authority should work towards a target of only allowing buses with zero emissions into Cambridge city centre by 2025.
Transport operators are used to requirements that vehicles must be Euro VI emission standards compliant in order to enter towns and cities operating clean air zones - (see “London tightens Low Emission Zone standards for trucks, buses and coaches”).