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Thank you for the quick response I am OK as far as the Disciplinary is concerned. I need to find out why my licence was revoked after the points were added. Then when they (DVLA) sent me my new licence the points were not there. DVLA are stating I have not had the points added to my licence hence the reason why the licence was revoked. But I have, my licence clearly showing the points. I need help as to getting the DVLA to admit they have made an error which could cost me my job. I did not even think the second licence would have to be sent back as the original licence was showing the points. I am guessing, but surely the DVLA should identify if a licence has points when it is submitted for a change of address, name etc and add these on to the new licence?
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