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Patrick Doyle • 1 year ago

Fine words from the transport secretary, but the motto to little to late applies, the German model should have been looked at after the Monarch disaster. Instead the May report was put on a shelf to gather dust instead of been acted upon. As the Brexit war goes on the everyday business of government is on the back burner, and if anything complicated pops like the Thomas Cook failure they do not have the time and inclination and indeed the civil servants to bother to look at it in depth.