A Quiet Word:
Lobbying, Crony Capitalism
and Broken Politics in Britain

The Confederation of Passenger Transport (CPT) is an advocacy group representing operators of the UK buses and coaches. As well as providing services to its members it also acts as a primary voice of the industry to the government on national and international legislation, local regulations, operational practices and engineering standards. [1]
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June 2013

  • Stephen Smith, Operations Director, Confederation of Passenger Transport UK gave evidence related to Minutes of EvidenceHC 118 on 10 Jun. [5]

April 2013

April 2012

May 2011

Dept. for Work and Pensions
  • The Confederation of Passenger Transport met with Chris Grayling, Minister for Employment, to discuss Get Britain Working, along with 8 others. [2]

December 2010

Dept. for Transport
  • Confederation of Passenger Transport met with Norman Baker, Parliamentary Under Secretary of State for Transport, to discuss Concessionary Fares Issues. [3]

November 2010

Dept. for Transport
  • Confederation of Passenger Transport met with Norman Baker, Parliamentary Under Secretary of State for Transport, to discuss Concessionary Bus Travel Issues. [3]
  • Confederation of Passenger Transport met with Norman Baker, Parliamentary Under Secretary of State for Transport, to discuss Coach Industry Issues, along with Coach Industry. [3]

June 2010

Dept. for Transport
  • Confederation of Passenger Transport UK met with Norman Baker, Parliamentary Under Secretary of State for Transport, for introductory meeting, along with 10 others. [4]
  • Confederation of Passenger Transport UK met with Philip Hammond, Secretary of State for Transport, for introductory meeting, along with 9 others. [4]

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