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Khan: TfL will be forced to cut services without urgent Government funding

Video Credit: PA - Press Association STUDIO - Duration: 00:58s - Published
Khan: TfL will be forced to cut services without urgent Government funding

Khan: TfL will be forced to cut services without urgent Government funding

Transport for London could be forced to cut services unless it receives Government funding in the coming days, Sadiq Khan has warned.

The capital’s mayor told the PA news agency that TfL has lost hundreds of millions of pounds of revenue due to the coronavirus lockdown.

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