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 December 1, 2014  Non-U.S.

Ian Drury reports:

The Driver and Vehicle Licensing Agency has pocketed nearly £25million in five years selling sensitive personal details of millions of motorists to controversial parking enforcement firms.

The government quango passed on the private information of 8.7million drivers to dozens of companies so they could be pursued relentlessly over alleged unpaid fines.

The latest twist in the ‘cowboy’ parking scandal shows the agency even divulged names and addresses of innocent people to ‘rogue firms’ that they knew had been convicted of criminal offences.

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