Department for Transport

Thousands of victims will miss out on compensation under Kenneth Clarke's plans to scrap payouts for minor injuries. The
David Cameron is facing opposition to the Government's HS2 high-speed rail plans from within his own family - his father
Full coverage of the HS2 decision by the government: Justine Greening Approves Britain's First Major Railway Line For A Century
Train companies welcomed news that the Government is to go ahead with the HS2 high-speed rail project but a taxpayers' group
Ministers have been "dithering" over the the HS2 high-speed rail project, the former transport secretary who first announced
The government is setting up an expert panel to consider the technical aspects of introducing a new offence of driving with
A Tory MP who attended a stag party where guests dressed as Nazis has been sacked as a Commons aide for "offensive" behaviour
The number of cars on the road has suffered its steepest decline since records began, with many blaming the increasing cost
Young drivers should be banned from driving late at night to cut the number of accidents, the Association of British Insurers
When it comes to managing the public finances, one would think that avoiding making commitments to spend £32 billion on a capital project with dubious and unproven economic and social benefits would rank quite highly in the current climate.