A price-fixing compensation action has attracted more than 2,000 hauliers since it went live in June of this year, the RHA said today. According to the association, which is leading the action before the Competition Appeal Tribunal in London with support from legal counsel Backhouse Jones and Exchange Chambers, 650 other hauliers have also expressed an interest. The RHA, which has funding from Therium for the legal action, claimed those already signed up represent circa 120,000 vehicles at 6-tonnes up […]
Services for EU-bound HGVs at the Manston Airport site are being suspended in what Kent Police are hailing as a first step towards a return to “business as usual” on the county’s roads following the end of the Brexit transition.
HGV drivers will no longer need a Kent Access Permit (KAP) to enter Kent from today (20 April) whilst the M20 moveable barrier will be taken down by the end of this week.
A transport lawyer has added his voice to growing concerns that there will not be enough HGV access permits for operators wanting to enter the EU in the event of a no-deal Brexit.