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Fake statement ends HGV bid

A businessman will not be allowed to run HGVs after admitting he faked bank statements to obtain an operator's licence.

Roman Moss, 33, from Motherwell, admitted trying to obtain a licence by deception after manipulating his bank statements to make it appear he had £7200 readily available. Those applying for a vehicle operator licence must meet a mandatory financial test.

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