24 Jun '16, 10am

Brexit aftermath: CPT on the likely implications for the coach & bus industry

As the UK has voted for Brexit, the Confederation of Passenger Transport (CPT) has issued a document from independent political consultancy Interel on the likely implications for the coach and bus industry. It says the primary question for the bus industry is what now happens to the Bus Services Bill, now that David Cameron is standing down and the government will have a new Prime Minister by the time of Conservative Party Conference in early October. It says the Bill will “undoubtedly” continue its process through the House of Lords, where the Committee Stage starts on 29 June. For the Lords, it will be business as usual. “However, a new Prime Minister might call a snap general election, and there must then be a question mark over how much of a priority a Buses Bill will be for a new Conservative administration. However, a Buses Bill is required to put effect to the vario...

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