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DTLR

the former Department for Transport, Local Government and the Regions. See DEPARTMENT FOR TRANSPORT.
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DTLR is a lifestyle retailer of street-inspired footwear, apparel and accessories.
It said the DTLR had failed to provide 'leadership' on the contentious issue of local road charging schemes and had now 'turned its back' on a measure previously seen as a cornerstone of long-term transport planning.
Sources: South Tyneside MBC, Office for National Statistics, Department of Trade and Industry, HM Land Registry and DTLR.
He says it ran for two years but in fact it was stopped after one year because DTLR spin-doctors found they could produce a favourable outcome by taking fatality figures and burying them within the Killed and Seriously Injured figures (KSI), though a broken arm is not quite the same as being dead!
A government report on the experiments, issued by the DTLR, Office of the E-envoy, Electoral Commission et al, and based on research at Leicester's De Montfort University, had similar findings.
Earlier the Department of Transport had confirmed that there had been e-mail traffic between a former special adviser at the then DTLR and the Labour Party.
The year-on-year change in house prices, as measured by the DTLR mix-adjusted index, fell from 10 to 4.6 per cent from the third to the fourth quarter of last year.
But both councils have said approval from the DTLR is behind the hold-up.
Write to Iain Clark at the DTLR, Zone 4/J3, Bressenden Place, London, SW1E 5DU, by April 24.
The DTLR report will recommend dropping the offence of careless driving, which carries a far lesser penalty, and replacing it with death by dangerous driving.