Parcels firm UPS has said it can not comment further on an investigation into the discovery of more than £1.6m worth of cannabis (pictured), amphetamines and ecstasy at a parcels depot in Tamworth in December. Border Force officers discovered the drugs in 18 separate parcels during a search on 21 and 22 December. An investigation was subsequently begun by the National Crime Agency (NCA). A Border Force spokeswoman told Motortransport.co.uk she could not say how the search had come about […]
Haulage firms and their drivers who unwittingly transport migrants into the UK inside their vehicles should not be fined until the chaos at Calais is rectified, according to a law firm.
Royal Mail will be opening 10 temporary sort centres for the third consecutive peak to help sort the forecast high volume of parcels.