Rail firms that fail on disability should lose franchise – thinktank
Tory group sets out vision for human rights after Brexit, including call to remain in the European court of human rights
Rail operators should be stripped of franchises if they fail to meet standards for making their services accessible for disabled people, a Conservative thinktank has argued in a report outlining a vision for human rights after Brexit.
It is among about 70 recommendations connected to discrimination and rights in a publication by Bright Blue, an influential voice for liberal Tory ideas, which argues the UK should not neglect such policies once it leaves the EU.
Source: Guardian Transport