1. Watch again: Grant Shapps holds daily Covid-19 press conference as PM's aide faces calls to resign  The Telegraph
  2. Grant Shapps says restaurants and bars could be reopened to 'enjoy outdoor summer'  Express
  3. Coronavirus briefing: £283m funding will be used to 'keep bus and rail passengers safe'  Sky News
  4. Government pledges £283m for roads, railways, buses and trams  ITV News
  5. Coronavirus: Government announces £283m to make public transport safe  Metro.co.uk
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GRANT SHAPPS has revealed that the Government is aiming to implement measures that will allow bars and restaurants to reopen in July. GRANT SHAPPS has revealed that the Government is aiming to implement measures that will allow bars and restaurants to reopen in July.

Grant Shapps says restaurants and bars could be reopened by summer | UK | News | Express.co.uk

Read Government pledges £283m for roads, railways, buses and trams latest on ITV News. All the Health, Politics newsThe Government has pledged £283m into roads, railways, buses and trams to improve public safety and protect services. Transport Secretary Grant Shapps said the funding, divided into £254 million for buses and £29 million for trams and light rail, would increase both frequency and capacity of services while ensuring there is enough space on vehicles to allow for social distancing. The money will be spent on making adjustments to vehicles, signage, deep cleaning and the provision of hand sanitiser.

Government pledges £283m for roads, railways, buses and trams - ITV News

“I suppose it’s a plus for the Government that @grantshapps has more front than Brighton Beach and the patter of a used car salesman #butteallyimeantosay”

Nicholas Soames on Twitter: "I suppose it’s a plus for the Government that @grantshapps has more front than Brighton Beach and the patter of a used car salesman #butteallyimeantosay"

“Councils now have dedicated funds and emergency powers to enable cycling & walk to continue as we return to work. People even have vouchers to make sure bikes are roadworthy. It’s clear @grantshapps wants to ensure everyone has every reason to keep or start traveling actively...”

Chris Boardman on Twitter: "Councils now have dedicated funds and emergency powers to enable cycling & walk to continue as we return to work. People even have vouchers to make sure bikes are roadworthy. It’s clear @grantshapps wants to ensure everyone has every reason to keep or start traveling actively..."

“Watching @grantshapps do today’s Downing St Press Conference brings to mind the old punishment of putting someone in the stocks , where they had lots of unpleasant things thrown at them and they couldn’t duck … #CummingsMustGo”

Michael Russell on Twitter: "Watching @grantshapps do today’s Downing St Press Conference brings to mind the old punishment of putting someone in the stocks , where they had lots of unpleasant things thrown at them and they couldn’t duck … #CummingsMustGo"

“Transport Secretary Grant Shapps reminds us why it is so crucial that we all follow the rules - he announces that the UK death toll from coronavirus now stands at 36,675. That is thousands and thousands of devastated families.”

Pippa Crerar on Twitter: "Transport Secretary Grant Shapps reminds us why it is so crucial that we all follow the rules - he announces that the UK death toll from coronavirus now stands at 36,675. That is thousands and thousands of devastated families."

Funding to protect and increase transport services, level up infrastructure and regenerate local economies after the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak.Funding to protect and increase transport services, level up infrastructure and regenerate local economies after the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak.

Here's all you need to know from today's daily coronavirus briefing.Here's all you need to know from today's daily coronavirus briefing.

Here's all you need to know from today's covid-19 briefing | Thurrock Gazette

Grant Shapps said the funding would increase both frequency and capacity of services while allowing social distancing to be stuck to.The money will be spent on making adjustments to vehicles, signage, deep cleaning and the provision of hand sanitiser.

Coronavirus: Government announces £283m to make public transport safe | Metro News

FURTHER funding to protect and increase transport services, level up infrastructure and regenerate local economies after coronavirus has been… FURTHER funding to protect and increase transport services, level up infrastructure and regenerate local economies after coronavirus has been…

New transport measures to 'keep passengers safe' | York Press

The cash, amounting to £254 million for buses and £29 million for trams, will increase frequency and capacity of services and aid social distancing.The cash, amounting to £254 million for buses and £29 million for trams, will increase frequency and capacity of services and aid social distancing.

Government announces £283m funding to keep bus and rail passengers safe | Jersey Evening Post

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