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The UK Bus Industry Finally Comes Of Age

The UK Bus Industry Finally Comes Of Age

Today the Prime Minister Boris Johnson committed to a Major transport overhaul, with an investment of £5 million over 5 years, the money will be pumped into the UK Bus industry , as well as a super cycle highway, similar to the Dutch model. The range of measures...

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The Amazing Resilience Of The Human Being

The Amazing Resilience Of The Human Being

One of the strange side effects of living with a life taking disease like cancer is that it does without doubt change your perspective on many things. Now in all fairness you can take one of two paths come this test, you can choose to embrace the challenge or you can...

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The Great Bus Divide: North Versus South….

The Great Bus Divide: North Versus South….

So, the DFT have just published a fascinating analysis of just how the UK Bus Industry has been performing from 2009/10 up and until 2018/2019. The reality is that for key reasons of social and economic landscape change bus use has been declining over the years of...

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The North South Divide: Does It Exist?

The North South Divide: Does It Exist?

Ever since I can remember as a child, there has always been a perception, rightly or wrongly that within this Scepted Isle there has always been, and always will be this view that the South is full of Southern softies, living the life of Riley, and that quite frankly...

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So Will 2020 Be The Year Of The Bus…..?

So Will 2020 Be The Year Of The Bus…..?

I remember years ago during the seventies when I was a teenager, there was a particular song that snuck into my brain, the modern day parlance I believe is an ear worm. The particular song was called The Year Of The Cat by Al Stewart, to be fair it is a great song and...

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Is It Time For A National Transport Review?

Is It Time For A National Transport Review?

I was watching the news recently and one thing attracted my attention, the Metro mayor of good old Brum and former John Lewis supremo Andy Street, basically gave notice that West Midlands trains who won the rail franchise last year. Have operated such a dire service...

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Election Time: The Nation Decides

Sometimes they say, time stands still, only of course at very special moments, like when you drown, or in moments of great decision making like your wedding day, anyway you no doubt get my drift. I have to say that this General election has most certainly not been one...

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Andrew Neal; And The Political Leaders Interviews

Andrew Neal; And The Political Leaders Interviews

I have always enjoyed the way that Andrew Neale interviews political leaders, I have long since a big fan of his late night Thursday show, known as “ This Week” which has sadly now ended after many years of lively and satirical debate, along with his various sparring...

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5 Ways to make the most of Your Commute

‘It’s all about the journey, not just the destination’ Commuting is a phrase that we are all too familiar with these days in the modern world and describes the act of travelling from home to your place of work or school. On average British workers spend 400 days of...

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The General Election; Interest Wanes

The General Election; Interest Wanes

Now to be fair, it might just be me, but at people actually getting a tad fed up with this general election. I mean it might just be my own jaded perspective but as the campaign seems to go on indeterminably, there appears to be that unique and sumptuously British...

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Clive James; Death Of A Genius

Clive James; Death Of A Genius

I can recall two occasions in my young life when I laughed so much that I was moved to tears, where quite literally I was unable to control myself. Once when I was about 15 when I retired into the dining room where there was a spare TV as the lounge was occupied by...

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