Uninsured drivers face fresh police crackdown

In the latest crackdown against Britain's uninsured drivers, all UK police forces are now receiving monthly details of suspected uninsured vehicles from the Motor Insurers' Bureau (MIB).

The information now comes to the police from the Motor Insurance Database, which is managed by the MIB and contains details of every insured vehicle in the country.

Under new powers contained within the Serious Organised Crime Act, the MIB is now able to give the police regular updates of vehicles whose insurance

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