MUMS AND dads in Newton, Clifton, Treales, Roseacre, Wharles and Salwick have spoken of their anger at plans to make it more expensive for many children to use public transport to get to school.  The plans, approved by Labour and Independent Councillors in Lancashire’s County Hall, will see many children who live furthest away from school having to pay more.   Once again, Labour is hitting anyone who doesn’t live in the cities and major towns.  Many mums and dads in rural or remote parts of this area have told me they will struggle to pay more for their kids to use the bus in the current economic climate.  These cuts are hitting some of the most vulnerable people in our community.