Guernsey's night bus service suspended after drivers threatened – BBC


The night bus service in Guernsey has been suspended after drivers were threatened on multiple occasions, a bus company has said.
Since lockdown there have been "too many examples" of threats towards bus drivers by a "small minority of passengers", CT Plus said.
It added the decision had not been influenced by the current driver shortage.
A review of the suspension will take place at the end of April.
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