FOREIGN drivers banned for causing death while drunk driving should be banned from British roads for life, a Conservative MP has told the Commons.
Alec Shelbrooke raised the case of Callum Wark, a 19-year-old constituent killed by Bulgarian lorry driver Stoyan Andonov Stoyanov in March, in an adjournment debate to plead for harsher sentencing.
Stoyanov was handed a sentence of seven years, eight months in jail for causing death by dangerous driving and driving while under the influence of alcohol and banned from driving from 10 years.
But Mr Shelbrooke said he could be back on the roads of Europe long before his UK ban ends and would also have the right to return to the UK in a lorry in a decade.
Replying to the debate, Justice Minister Andrew Selous said the Government agreed in principle in r...