People who haven't yet passed their test will be allowed on motorways with approved instructors in a move officials say will improve safety.Read the full story ›
Transport Secretary Chris Grayling believes Network Rail should share the responsibility with private train operating companies.Read the full story ›
The Government has today announced the route of the second phase of HS2 - here we look at it in more detail.Read the full story ›
The government has confirmed the second phase of HS2, which will connect Crewe to Manchester and the West Midlands to Leeds.Read the full story ›
The government will seek to keep some EU laws in the areas of environment and workers' rights post-Brexit, Transport Secretary Chris Grayling has said.
Speaking on ITV's Peston on Sunday, Mr Grayling said the public wants certainty on the issue of Britain leaving the EU, and endorsed Theresa May's announcement that Article 50 will be triggered before the end of March 2017.
"It's important that we give some certainty about the process," he said.
"Today's announcements are a staging post on the route towards triggering Article 50 and towards holding the negotiations."
The Transport Secretary also said that Britain would have a "sensible" agreement with the EU that allows the UK to continue to trade with the continent; and take control of the flow of people into Britain.
Chris Grayling has been appointed Transport Secretary, Downing Street said.
So Chris Grayling MP as Secretary of State for Transport. As a Surrey MP - does he support Heathrow expansion ??
A vote to remain in the EU will see Brussels exert more power over the NHS, according to the Cabinet minister.Read the full story ›
The current terms of Britain's membership of the European Union are "disastrous", cabinet minister Chris Grayling has said.Read the full story ›
Leader of the House of Commons, Chris Grayling, was embarrassed on Thursday after confusing rugby league and rugby union.Read the full story ›
An MP accused the government of trying to share a "best practice of how to behead" with Saudi Arabia after the Justice Secretary defended the Government's attempt to sell expertise to the country's prison service.
Shadow justice secretary Sadiq Khan slammed the MoJ bid for the £5.9 million contract.
Justice Secretary Chris Grayling defended the move, saying the Government has always tried to encourage "improvements" and "best practice" in countries around the world.
The pair clashed after reports that the MoJ's commercial arm, Just Solutions international, is hoping to sell its expertise to Saudi Arabia's prison service.