Hull considers future of non-statutory free school transport

Hull City Council is consulting on plans to axe non-statutory free school transport in the face of government cuts, sparking outrage from parents and teachers.

The council has launched a review of their free transport policy, stating it needs to radically re-think its approach.

A cut to all non-statutory provision would affect around half of the 1,900 children currently receiving free school transport from the local authority, potentially saving the council as much as £366,000 a year

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