Cardiff Council is expected to get tough on illegally parked or untaxed vehicles abandoned on the streets, and it could be removing 20 a week.
It already has powers to clamp and remove illegally parked vehicles but does not always use them and the additional powers would see them taking over duties from the DVLA with abandoned cars early in 2019.
Wales First Minister intends to decide on the controversial new M4 relief road before standing down early in December, he has said.
Some Labour AMs want Carwyn Jones’s successor, who will be appointed in December, to take the decision, but Mr Jones said he expected to have the information he needs to make up his mind by the end of the month after considering the outcome of a public inquiry.
Asda has cut 3p per litre off both unleaded and diesel, and the RAC hopes this will lead to more widespread reductions.
RAC fuel spokesperson Simon Williams said, “While this is a welcome price cut, it has been an extremely long time coming and the cost of buying petrol on the wholesale market has dropped like a stone so we should be looking for at least 5p to come off the average price of unleaded at the pumps of 128.84p.”
Following a briefing from Number 10 Downing Street, FTA reresenting the logistics sector, has reacted positively to the contents of the draft agreement.
It says it is a decisive step forwards in the process of the UK’s departure from the EU.
The opening times of DVLA services over the Christmas and New Year holidays have now been published.
Check their website for times and on-line services which are more extensive.
Once again the courts have agreed Addison Lee drivers are legally entitled to workers’ rights such as the national minimum wage and holiday pay rights says GMB Union.
GMB, the union for private hire drivers, has secured yet another huge workers’ rights win after a tribunal threw out Addison Lee’s appeal.