The Secretary of State for Transport will oversee Heathrow expansion and HS2
The infiltrations appear to have been exploratory rather than disruptive but researchers say they highlight a real risk
The service has received strong criticism for its strikes and cancellations
Famous white tickets have been used on the Métro and buses since the opening of the first train lines in 1900
Some parts of the network will be closed during May to have drainage systems improved
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The company has insisted the move is unrelated to the Cologne sex attacks
The latest figures from Which? show fares are up by 54 per cent in a decade
Man who recorded video praises actions of fellow Mancunians
Exclusive: National Audit Office probe and Cabinet Office review add to uncertainty over the project
Archaeological work carried out for A9 upgrade uncovers trove of artefacts from Jacobite rebellion
How do you compare to the EU average of 37.5 minutes per day?
Three days of action are planned in January and February
The company has been praised for the thoughtful gesture which is due to stop this March when the girl finishes school
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News of delays follows hot on the heels of research which revealed that Britons pay up to six times more for a train journey than commuters elsewhere in Europe