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The inquest into the Selby rail disaster has returned a verdict of unlawful killing. The jury found Gary Hart responsible after he fell asleep and drove his car off the M62 and onto the East Coast Main Line.

Scottish fabricator Bone Steel is planning a move into Iraq in a joint venture with Saudi contractor Zamil. Bone plans to build a factory in the Middle East in the next two years. The move is fuelled by a £3M contract to build stands around the new Formula One circuit under construction in Dubai. Bone's sister company Enob Fire has won a £2M contract to supply fire retardant coatings to Wembley Stadium's steelwork.

Contractor Chamlore Development and client Dogersfield Park were last week fined a total of £8,000 for failing to protect workers from falling from height at the Dogersfield Park site in Wintney, Hampshire.

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