E-scooter legislation not expected until after election

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Frustration grows in the industry at the lack of movement in e-scooter regulation, with predictions there will be no update until after a general election.

Following the omission of e-scooters from November’s King’s Speech, some in the industry feel regulating the use of these vehicles is not a priority for the government. 

According to Sue Brown, chair

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