Transport

Lords EU exit regulations: 12 February

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Members consider air services, driving licences and environment

DfT criticised over "Whitehall Farce" of Seaborne Freight

Opposition asks urgent question as no deal contract falls through

Committee question experts on health of the bus market

Transport Committee investigate how spending cuts have affected local authority budgets

Committee question Ryanair and Flybe on Air Passenger Duty

Welsh Affairs Committee questions representatives from the airline industry

Former HS2 Chairman and Transport Minister questioned by Committee

The Economic Affairs Committee takes evidence on Tuesday 22 January 2019 at 3.35pm

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Title Date
Opposition demand answers after Seaborne Freight contract 08.01.2019
Chris Grayling updates MPs on the drone consultation response 07.01.2019
Lords debates operation of air services regulations post Brexit 19.12.2018
Local roads funding and governance evidence session 03.12.2018
Rail fare increases are 'unwelcome' says Chair 30.11.2018
Unions and bus companies discuss bus services 26.11.2018