Tipper men face 0-licence threat
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• At a meeting of the Tipping Co-operating Group, held in London on Wednesday, it was agreed to launch a pilot scheme for co-operative working between groups in the Midlands. The suggestion is that established tipping operators feel closer co-operation is needed to combat competition arising from operators' licensing. Another proposal was that members should pay .E1 per vehicle in order to create a fund to pay for the engagement of an officer in each area to co-ordinate traffic between groups and between individual members. However, it is understood this idea was strongly opposed by London and south-eastern area group representatives.