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imitive fines raise le risk of illegal guy by terrorists

11th October 2001
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Jnitive fines for drivers hauliers who unwittingly in stowaways could be axing the risk of terror following the attacks on United States on 11 ember.

CM has previously led, the £2,000-a-head introduced under the Penalty scheme t encourage drivers to stowaways loose er than face the orities.

ow the increased lt of international term brings a new danger. like Freeman, head of ,national affairs at the Haulage Association, : "Prior to this legislathe majority of illegal grants were reported rivers and operators.

government was led about the potential equences of these eoff Dossetter, of the jht Transport Associ1, stresses: "Certainly. edvice of the FTA would be to report stowaways as soon as possible."

A Home (Mice spokeswoman rebuffs claims that the fines are counterproductive, maintaining that they have cut the number of stowaways.


Organisations: Haulage Association
People: Freeman

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