DX Group is being investigated by City of London Police, after an allegation was made against its Exchange business on 7 June. In a statement, DX Group confirmed that the City of London Police Economic Crime Directorate had notified the company of the allegation and that a preliminary investigation had commenced. A spokeswoman for City of London Police told MT: “The City of London Police’s Economic Crime Directorate is scoping information it has received and is liaising closely with DX […]
The government has confirmed it will sell shares in Royal Mail on the London Stock Exchange in the next few weeks.
The United Road Transport Union (URTU) men at the centre of a probe into Driver CPC training activities have had their bail extended yet again. The seven men include general secretary Bob Monks, national officer Mel Thornton and regional officers Lee Pimbley and Mike Billingham. They were originally arrested on 15 February on suspicion of fraud by false representation. They have had their bail extended until December. It is now the third extention. As part of the operation a warrant […]
The reborn TruckPol intelligence service is gaining momentum and financial backing, according to National Business Crime Forum (NBCF) vice-chairwoman Jean Mountain. Mountain, who chaired a second meeting of the forum, which has resurrected TruckPol, told MT the Business Crime Intelligence Bureau, which works alongside the NBCF, had begun feeding information about freight crime through to the RHA as planned. The NBCF itself, meanwhile, is due to lobby MPs at the House of Commons on 22 November. The forum has attracted […]