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Operator whose driver caused cyclist's death has O-licence revoked
London-based tipper operator Alan Drummond, the firm whose driver was imprisoned after causing the death of a cyclist in central London in 2013, has had its O-licence revoked by traffic commissioner (TC) Nick Denton.
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