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A briefing by bus industry chiefs laid out the challenges for the industry after Brexit and covid.
The boss of Oxford Bus Company has said Brexit and Covid-19 are just some of reasons the business is struggling to hire drivers, as customers feel the impacts of delays.
BORDERS Buses is facing a “major” recruitment issue as fears mount that there will not be enough drivers to meet demand.
Burton's main bus operator has blamed Brexit and covid for the "filthy" state of its buses.
Brexit, and then the Covid-19 pandemic have all contributed to a shortage of bus drivers and difficulties in fulfilling timetables in Gloucstershire, the boss of Stagecoach West has said.
It is the second double-decker bus to be torched in the past week, amid protests against the Northern Ireland protocol.
It is the second such incident in and around Belfast in the past week.
Incident near Rathcoole in Newtownabbey sparks fresh fears of Brexit-related violence in region.
Masked men hijacked and torched a bus in Northern Ireland early Monday in an attack linked to British unionists’ opposition to the post-Brexit trade protocol.
Opposition to the arrangements that have created trade barriers between Northern Ireland and the rest of the UK was a factor behind rioting that flared in several loyalist areas across the region in April.
A Welsh bus company has warned that a dearth of drivers is causing problems for the industry.
Bus routes and services are experiencing disruption across the country, particularly in the North East. This is a knock on effect from the HGV crisis as bus drivers are being ‘poached’ by haulage bosses for hugely increased wages.
Hundreds of bus journeys have been cancelled in the North East in recent weeks due to a driver shortage - and a joint statement has blamed Covid and Brexit for the issue.
Stagecoach East Midlands says it is “working round the clock” to tackle staff shortages that are causing Lincolnshire bus services to be temporarily cancelled, as the impact of Brexit continues to affect business.
Bus company Stagecoach has once again had to tell passengers about a host of cancellations in Gloucestershire.
Boris Johnson has claimed that the £350 million figure on the side of the Vote Leave bus during the Brexit campaign was actually "a slight underestimate".
The Brexit Justice campaign alleges Mr Johnson abused public trust by “intentionally misleading” voters over his claim Britain pays £350m a week to the European Union.
A prosecution against Boris Johnson for ‘lies’ told during his Brexit campaign has moved a step closer after legal papers were lodged. The Vote Leave figurehead is accused of ‘abusing public trust’ over claims the UK sends £350,000,000 a week to Brussels.
NEARLY 100 more jobs are going at the Wright Group in Ballymena - and Brexit is being blamed.
One of the masterminds behind the infamous slogan claiming the UK sends the EU £350m a week has admitted that leaving Europe could be “an error”.
Buried in a 19,800 word Spectator essay written by former online editor and Vote Leave director Dominic Cummings is an admission: The Brexit referendum was won by lying to the public.
An anti-Brexit campaign bus has left Westminster for a tour of UK towns and cities, with a Boris Johnson impersonator on board of course.