During Oral Questions to the Minister for Justice, Michael Gove, Susan Elan Jones placed a question on driving offences, available on the Parliamentary Hansard. Susan Elan Jones: Many of us were very pleased when, 546 days ago, the Government announced a full review of driving offences and penalties, but we were rather less pleased that it was 546 days ago, and we still have not seen the results of […]
The Secretary of State was asked questions on: Vehicle Emissions Regulation Holly Lynch (Halifax) (Lab):What the implications are for his Department’s policies on vehicle emissions regulation and low-emission vehicles of Volkswagen Group’s use of defeat devices. The Secretary of State for Transport (Mr Patrick McLoughlin): The current differences between laboratory testing and real-world emissions are unacceptable. The UK has been actively pressing Europe to address this problem, and the agreement […]
14th October Cycling: Schools Nigel Huddleston (Mid Worcestershire): To ask the Secretary of State for Transport, what his policy in on continued funding for Bikeability in schools after March 2016. Mr Robert Goodwill: We will take a decision on future funding for the Bikeability programme beyond March 2016 following the outcome of the Spending Review. 15th October Road Traffic Offences Baroness Jones of Moulsecoomb: To ask Her Majesty’s […]
PACTS has submitted written evidence to the Transport Select Committee inquiry on Road Traffic Law Enforcement. The document is available here on the PACTS website. It includes an annex by Dr Claire Corbett on Penalty Points and Disqualification Orders.
9th September Level Crossings Karl McCartney (Lincoln): To ask the Secretary of State for Transport, what recent discussions he has had with (a) the Office of Rail and Road and (b) Network Rail on the delays to Brayford Wharf East Level Crossing in Lincoln. Claire Perry: The Secretary of State has held no recent discussions with the Office of Rail and Road and Network Rail on the delays to the […]