Truckers Withdraw Threats Of Further Protests

Truckers from the Irish Road Haulage Association has withdrawn threats of further protests.

The Department of Transport has agreed for a meeting with Minister Noonan, Minister Donohoe and Minister Kelly to reach a satisfactory solution to the current HGV road tax issue.

A date for a meeting is to be confirmed.


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