Dr Nicholas Bevan

Dr Nicholas Bevan

Friday, 19 July 2013


The Department or Transport’s proposed reforms to the MIB Uninsured and Untraced Drivers Agreements not only fail to meet the minimum standard of compensatory protection required by European law for millions of premium paying drivers and other members of the public but they also flout the Cabinet Office’s recent Good Law initiative as well as several important Rule of Law principles.

Click here to read the New Law Journal’s online news item.

Click here to read my New Law Journal article: Good Law?

The Minister has said that he will announce his final proposals by the end of July.  The DfT has so far declined to enter into a dialogue with those calling for more wide ranging reform in this area.

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