Fret SNCF restructure: blow to jobs and green agenda?
News that France’s rail freight operator Fret SNCF is to be restructured has been met ...
The UK transport minister Chris Grayling, is staying in the headlines. Amidst claims that he broke the law, he’s now been told to steer clear of Calais – well, the port at least. The Guardian reports that the minister has been told he is “no longer welcome” at the port of Calais by its chairman Jean-Marc Puissesseau. It seems Mr Grayling has acted in a way deemed “completely disrespectful” by Mr Puissesseau.
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