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Call for cross-border enforcement inquiry after Essex freight deaths

A public inquiry should be held into deaths of 39 people in a freight container, the road haulage industry's leader has said.

DCC Pippa Mills said the inquiry would be long and complex

DCC Pippa Mills said the inquiry would be long and complex

Date - 24th October 2019
By - Chris Smith
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A public inquiry into cross border enforcement and people trafficking has been called for by Road Haulage Association chief executive Richard Burnett following the deaths of 39 people in Essex yesterday.  The bodies of 38 adults and a teenager...
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