The Weekly Roundup

Britain’s automotive industry and the Government are working to plug a 100,000-person future skills gap by encouraging young people into manufacturing and supply chain careers as part of a joint ‘See Inside Manufacturing’ initiative. Throughout October, UK-based automotive manufacturers across the county will hold events to help increase students’ awareness of the vibrancy and variety of top career opportunities the industry offers.

As new figures show the number of people killed in drink-driving crashes rose by 17%, the BBC has discovered that thousands of drink-drivers are repeat offenders. There are calls for more stringent checks before offenders are given back their licences.

Motor Trades Insight: Automotive Industry Aims To Employ 100,000 Skilled Students

Yahoo: Young driver training scheme to expand

The Guardian: Petrol price war erupts between leading supermarkets

Motor Trades Insight: Revolutionary new app-based technology will change the way we interact with our cars

BBC: Thousands of dangerous drink-drivers are re-offenders

 

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