While Chris Grayling says he’s not in favour of “throwing everything up in the air and doing a massive reorganisation”, alarm bells start ringing when in the next breath he’s hailing a “new golden era for rail”.
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No statistics for Chris Grayling’s claim over rail unions
The Transport Secretary said that unions “caused the vast majority of disruption” on the Southern rail network. But the report he based this on used personal judgement, not statistics.
Is Chris Grayling being realistic about growing more food after Brexit?
Chris Grayling said that Britain could grow more food to protect prices in the event of a no-deal Brexit. But leading environmental scientists aren’t sure that would be practical in the short time before we leave the EU.
Chris Grayling: ‘I want Theresa May to remain our leader for foreseeable future’
Transport Secretary Chris Grayling discusses the Conservatives’ challenges.
Chris Grayling’s rape claims treated with caution – FactCheck Q&A
Chris Grayling has urged greater use of cautions for rapists. Would that work? FactCheck finds out.
FactCheck: Has Chris Grayling unlocked the prisoners’ dilemma?
Chris Grayling says a “rehabilitation revolution” driven by payment by results will cut re-offending. FactCheck digs in.
Grayling explains airline laptops ban
The UK faces a “constantly evolving threat from terrorism and must respond accordingly”. Those were the words of the Transport Secretary Chris Grayling before today’s attack on Westminster began.
Cameron Christianity claim: ‘cynical, misguided and unwise’
The prime minister’s insistence that Britain is a “Christian country” will alienate a large section of the population, it is warned.
Grayling ‘scraps legal aid competition plan’
The government is ditching plans to award legal aid contracts to the lowest bidders, following criticisms it would reduce justice to a “factory mentality”, according to reports.
Grayling’s probation plans: untried and unnecessary’?
Is the coalition right when it claims that, despite spending increases, reoffending rates have barely changed? And does it justify selling off much of the probation service to the private sector?
Grayling plans rehabilitation reform for prisoners
New reforms could see prisoners serving sentences under 12 months forced to undertake a period of rehabilitation provided by private contractors under contracts that pay “by results”.
FactCheck: IPPR skewers Grayling’s stay-at-home mums theory
“The IPPR actually thinks the figures show the reverse of what Mr Grayling wants them to show.”
Grayling turns spotlight back on to ‘fit to work’ claimants
After rubbishing Labour sleaze claims, the employment minister releases new figures which he says prove the Government is right to shake up the benefits system.
Justice Secretary Chris Grayling is asked to launch an inquiry into why an electronic tagging system operated by G4S malfunctioned, leading to four men being wrongly accused of tampering with their tags.