Felixstowe-based Multimodal Logistics has been ordered to pay £1.1m to trustees of a workplace pension after losing a bid to appeal a High Court ruling. The haulier and China Shipping (U.K.) Agency was found liable by the High Court last year to pay £1.1m and £6.6m, respectively, to PS Independent Trustees, which brought the litigation. A bid by both companies to appeal the High Court ruling was rejected this month by Marie Bancroft-Rimmer, a Master of the Court of Appeal. […]
The office of the traffic commissioner’s (OTC) decision to publish the outcomes of driver conduct hearings is “a serious GDPR breach” and could result in legal action being taken, according to a lawyer.
Administrators handling the affairs of Drive Force (UK) have confirmed that the business has ceased trading with the loss of 47 jobs.
The transport secretary said it was “entirely wrong” that smart motorways were introduced without the right technology to make them safe, but he has ruled out scrapping them.