OAPs and disabled to get more bus privileges in April 2008

I read that OAPs and disabled people will be allowed to travel all
over the UK free of charge by bus from April 2008. Does anyone know
the details of this extended concession? Is it paid for by the
pensioner's local council or by central government?


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