Chris Grayling survives confidence challenge Chris Grayling survives confidence challenge

The transport secretary Chris Grayling has survived a motion of ‘no confidence’ in the House of Commons. The Labour Party’s motion had noted ‘the failed implementation of the May rail timetables which has left thousands of commuters without services and has drastically affected their everyday lives; believes Northern and Govia Thameslink Railway should have their franchises terminated; and regrets that the Secretary of State for Transport has failed to strategically manage and oversee the UK railway’.


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