A “mob of immigrants” in Calais attacked a vehicle belonging to haulage and truck sales firm EM Rogers in the early hours of Friday (14 May), causing extensive damage. The family-owned Northampton company said it was now arranging for the Volvo truck to be shipped to Dover in order that it can be recovered back to its yard. Read more HGV driver jailed for carrying stun gun “for protection” after attack by illegal immigrants in France Anger over “unrealistic” plan […]
More migrant deaths likely despite Old Bailey people smuggling convictions, warns Irish RHA president
More deaths involving migrants being smuggled in lorry trailers will happen, the president of the Irish RHA has warned.
More than four in 10 companies surveyed in the transport industry said it would take longer than a year to return to pre-COVID-19 levels of work.
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.