UK law on minimum service levels has implications for rail freight
Legislation aimed at curbing the crippling round of strikes in the UK could impact the rail freight industry. That’s the view of the influential House of Commons Transport Committee, a cross-bench body that reports to and makes recommendations to the UK government. The exact level of service required in the rail sector during periods of industrial action is not detailed in the new legislation, and the committee has put forward advice about necessary measures to make this policy workable and effective for the rail industry.
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