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Government break the law ..............intentionally

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  • Government break the law ..............intentionally

    Read this damming verdict against the Ministry of Transport

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    One thing is for certain, the MIB database is not fit for purpose, but perhaps there is a good case for one penny per litre of the fuel duty be used to apply a basic third party only cover to all vehicles subject to the driver holding the appropriate license, It would mitigate against any breaches of ECHR by UK Government


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      High Court finds Transport Secretary liable in Francovich damages claim

      June 3, 2014
      The High Court has held that the UK’s current exceptions to the payment of compensation for passengers under the Uninsured Drivers’ Agreement 1999 are contrary to EU law.
      The Agreement between the Secretary of State for Transport and the Motor Insurers’ Bureau was intended to implement the UK’s obligations under the Second Motor Insurance Directive.
      The Court also found that the UK’s breach was sufficiently serious to warrant the payment of Francovich damages to the Claimant, who had sustained life-threatening injuries following a collision in 2006.
      Philip Moser QC and Eric Metcalfe, instructed by Pinto Potts, acted for the Claimant.

      Click to read the full Delaney v SoST judgment.
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