June 2003
Commercial Motor;6/19/2003, Vol. 197 Issue 5033, p30
Trade Publication
Looks into past issues concerning transportation in Great Britain. Move done by the government to reduce fatal street accidents in June 1928; Refusal of the Minister for Transport to raise the speed limit of trucks in June 1953; Investigation on allegation of ballot rigging at a branch of the Transport and General Workers Union in June 1978.


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