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Driver asks for special reasons MEPAL teenager Adam Day has admitted permitting Michael Skinner to drive a Renault Megane without a licence. Day, 18, of High Street, committed the offence at Common Road in Witchford on December 1 last year. Day has also
Driver asks for 'special reasons'
MEPAL teenager Adam Day has admitted permitting Michael Skinner to drive a Renault Megane without a licence.
Day, 18, of High Street, committed the offence at Common Road in Witchford on December 1 last year.
Day has also admitted using the car without insurance. He is asking Ely magistrates not to endorse his licence, and a special reasons hearing will be held on April 26.
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Lee, 35, of Lawn Lane, drove a Rover car at 52 mph along Cromwell Road at Wisbech, where there is a 40 mph speed limit in force.
Ely magistrates ordered him to pay £42 costs and put three points on his licence.
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A LORRY driver who has denied failing to stop at a red light at Ely railway crossing is to face trial on May 24.
Anthony Barrett, 52, of Lupin Way, Needham Market, is accused of ignoring the sign on February 14.