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Legislation & Regulation
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Clean air campaign: Earn money by informing on idling cars

It has recently been reported that Bright Blue, a right wing think tank, wants to introduce a scheme by which…

Government Investment
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Department for Transport to embrace artificial intelligence technology

Department for Transport (DfT) announces a national examination of road markings to help improve road safety Assessment will give an…

Road Safety
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MPs to investigate road safety as progress flatlines

Highways has reported that between 2007-2012 road traffic fatalities dropped by 40%, but since then has remained level, rather than…

Legislation & Regulation
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Consulting on options to ban old tyres

A written statement to Parliament from Jesse Norman, MP. Colleagues across the House will be aware of the potential dangers…

Legislation & Regulation
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Why 166 cars have been clamped in Bristol this week

Over the past week 166 cars in the Bristol area have been clamped owing to the DVLA’s recent crackdown on untaxed cars.…

Other
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No love lost in the battle of the sexes behind the wheel

Two thirds of men believe their driving skills are better than their partner’s One in six men would trust an…

Legislation & Regulation
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DVLA car tax – What’s your VED going to cost you in 2019 with the new price increases?

Car tax will rise again in Britain in April 2019 in line with RPI increasing. Drivers could face paying up…

Legislation & Regulation
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Petition calls for ‘immediate halt’ to shared space

A charity which campaigns on behalf of blind and visually impaired people is urging the Government to introduce legislation to prevent ‘further discrimination’ against disabled people through the use of shared space road design
Government Investment
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SCP cuts ‘jeopardising lives’

The number of school crossing patrols funded by councils across Great Britain has fallen by almost a quarter in the last five years, new BBC figures show
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