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Stiffer no-insurance penalties

THE Home Office is considering the views of the Magistrates' Association on plans to impose a wider range of sentences on people convicted of driving without insurance.

The offence presently attracts a maximum fine of £5,000 and six-eight points on the offender's driving licence. The court may also disqualify the offender from driving.

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