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Media monitor: Issue 441 20 Apr 2006

Papers call for leniency for UK motorists - until they kill someone

Debate about the treatment of Britain's motorists by the judicial system featured strongly in the transport coverage of the mainstream print media in early April. By far the most high profile story sustaining this long-running argument was the case of Jaswinder Singh, a motorist given an 18 month jail sentence after being found guilty of causing death by dangerous driving. "Jaswinder Singh is a killer," said an editorial in The Sun on 4 April. "He took 20-year-old Abi Craen's...

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