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Department for Transport names Allan Cook as replacement for high-speed rail role
Lines of accountability 'failed or simply did not exist' report finds
Union says Highways England chief received 9.7% rise last year
The PAC also warned of a “significant and growing risk” that DfT would not be adequately prepared for a no-deal Brexit.
The government’s recent moves to get the expansion of airport capacity off the ground are the latest twist in one of the UK’s longest running policy sagas. Richard Johnstone considers whether this new plan will take flight
Alan Singleton and Simon Bruno were fatally shot while undertaking a routine inspection on 22 November 1993
PCS boss says members report lack of preparedness for cliff-edge exit from European Union in March
Department for Transport, Ministry of Justice, Cabinet Office and Department for Work and Pensions teams among those honoured at ceremony
Transport committee approves fomer airport chief as rail regulator chair
But MPs hear department's confidence does not extend to no-deal Brexit preparations
The transport secretary also told MPs the UK's franchising model was 'shaky'
Whittington will start as director general, energy and security at BEIS on Friday
Parliamentary committee calls for detailed breakdown on £18bn annual-cost-to-business figure as Chequers Plan customs vision falters
The transport secretary said the rail industry had "struggled to deliver" as he launched a major review ahead of the ORR's final report.
All this week CSW will profile a host of major government projects from each of the four categories from the Government Major Projects Portfolio to see how the current slate of projects are preforming – and where lessons can be learnt
In a special report looking at the Government Major Projects Portfolio, CSW brings you a snapshot of progress across four categories: infrastructure and construction, transformation and service delivery, information and communications technology, and military capability. This first section looks at three infrastructure and construction projects
A Spending Review offers a chance to re-examine projects and plans from the last four years – and to lay the groundwork for the next round of schemes. Government project chief Tony Meggs tells Richard Johnstone how the Infrastructure and Projects Authority will use the process to help drive improvement
Transport select committee report warns it is unclear if planned new partnership for the intercity line can overcome “systemic difficulties”
Project chief says “changes of personnel and leadership are inevitable” given project’s long timescale and global demand for talent
Some 112 staff are on more than £150,000 while 15 take home more than £251,000
Federation of Small Businesses warns against “mega contracts” as Department for Transport says it’s on track to meet procurement targets
Airline complains of long waits despite 200 extra staff Home Office says were deployed to airport
The stories you may have missed as the government released a host of statements on the last day before summer recess
DfT's high-speed railway company to appoint new top team as project moves from design to construction