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t Midland wins appeals

22nd July 1966, Page 43
22nd July 1966
Page 43
Page 43, 22nd July 1966 — t Midland wins appeals
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Which of the following most accurately describes the problem?

LS by East Midland Motor Services . against the refusal of the East Midland Commissioners to grant a variation of rvices between Tiekhill Cross and Donind to backing for the operation of a tervice between Worksop and New ton, and against the grant to C. W. Ltd. of an express carriage service Rossington and the Airborne shoe Harworth, have been allowed by the of Transport.

;ppeals concerned the provision of regular for the carriage of workers to and from borne factory. The workers were precarried by the respondent, who is a local . carriage operator, under contract to :ory management at no charge to the . The appellant was the sole provider ng stage carriage services in the area. Minister's inspector concluded that the ions being of equal merit in other rethe material point should be that the it was the provider of the stage carriage in the area and that those were run iss. Although, as the traffic was precarried by Maxon under contract, the isioners' decision did not involve abstractraffic from East Midland, there was in , no difference between abstraction and ion of traffic when it was first created and s a factor positively in favour of East


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