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Daughters claim independence

18th April 1996, Page 24
18th April 1996
Page 24
Page 24, 18th April 1996 — Daughters claim independence
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Which of the following most accurately describes the problem?

• Two daughters of a man involved in a company that had its Operator's Licence revoked have told a Cardiff public inquiry that their new firm, Central Transport Logistics, is an entirely separate company and should be licensed accordingly. The present directors of Central Transport Logistics, which is seeking a new international licence for four vehicles and six trailers, are Carolyn Hallam and Christine Watkins. Their father is David Price, the proprietor of Merthyr Waste Paper, whose licence had been revoked.

For the company, Paul Carless said it was not associated in any way with Merthyr Waste Paper. Jeanette Murdoch said she was Price's long-standing partner and the mother of his two daughters. She had acquired the vehicles from State Securities and had given them to the two girls to set up in business. Malcolm Darch, the company's commercial manager, admitted he had been connected with Merthyr Waste Paper but added: "I would have nothing to do with the business if Mr Price was involved." The hearing was adjourned for a fortnight.

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