More deaths involving migrants being smuggled in lorry trailers will happen, the president of the Irish RHA has warned. Eugene Drennan was speaking after four men were found guilty at the Old Bailey of their involvement in a people smuggling ring, which contributed to the deaths of 39 Vietnamese men, women and children in October last year. The discovery of the migrants unresponsive in the trailer of a lorry by its driver, Maurice Robinson, in Grays, Essex was made in […]
Warwickshire Police using a Highways England HGV detected 211 driving offences during a five-day operation between 14-18 September.
An employee of the Port of Sheerness (pictured) had to have his leg amputated after being struck by a five-tonne clamp truck in a paper reel shed.
Many transport companies are receiving very large payments from HMRC under the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme. But the rules are vague, and as law firm Osborne Clare explains, it has been hard for many companies to know for sure if they are using the scheme correctly.