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Working time: All workers in road transport industry excluded from scope of Working Time Directive

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    Bowden and others v Tuffnells Parcels Express Ltd [2001] IRLR 838 ECJ (2 other reports)

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In Bowden and others v Tuffnells Parcels Express Ltd 4.10.01 ECJ Case C-133/00, the ECJ holds that all workers in the road transport sector, including office staff, are excluded from the scope of Council Directive 93/104/EC concerning certain aspects of working time.