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UK, road regulations: Where are we going? Richard Baker. Petroleum Review January 2005, P. 16-17

Richard Baker provides personal comment on the regulations covering the transport of dangerous goods in the UK. He argues that although a European Directive calls for such legislation to be harmonised across the European Union, a range of exemptions in the UK has led to confusion, unsafe practices and unfair competition.

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