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England 'isolated' by bus service cuts

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Big cuts to bus services in England are holding vulnerable people back, especially the elderly, young or disabled, from working, being educated, or getting sufficient health care, according to the Transport Select Committee.

East England reporter Mark Worthington reports from the town of Graveley.

And Louise Ellman, chair of the committee, explains that "more people use buses than any other form of public transport" and why it is important to save services.


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