In June 2008 Nicola Stacey was killed in Sheffield when a fire engine responding to a 999 call went through a red light and crashed into Nicola's car. She died at the scene and her daughter Lauren was left in a medically induced coma due to her injuries.
Her partner Barry Stevens feels they have never had justice.
Talks aimed at averting fresh strikes by drivers at a Tesco distribution centre in Doncaster will be held this week.
About 180 members of Unite say they face losing their jobs after being transferred to new employers, Eddie Stobart Ltd, in August. They claim notices of termination of employment were issued soon afterwards, with no promise that they would be re-employed.
The drivers held a 48-hour strike last week and will take further action on Thursday and Friday unless the row is resolved.
David Pickering, Eddie Stobart managing director, said a commitment had been given for more than 120 alternative driving roles within the Stobart Group, while Tesco had offered an additional 90 warehousing jobs in the Yorkshire region.
More than a hundred and eighty drivers at a Tesco distribution centre in Doncaster have started a forty-eight hour strike.
Unions say staff members, employed by Eddie Stobart Limited, have voted overwhelmingly in favour of industrial action in a row over possible job losses. The dispute is due to end on Thursday but it's thought food supplies to dozens of Tesco stores across the Calendar region will be affected.
Bradford has been named as one of the worst places in the country for uninsured drivers. The BD8 and BD9 postcodes are listed as two of the worst areas nationally. Research shows motorists break the law because policies are too expensive.
Research undertaken among communities in West Yorkshire highlights that a third of people still do not understand the current laws on car insurance, so are risking fines of up to £5,000; points on their licence and having their cars seized by police.
Across the UK, there are currently an estimated 1.2 million uninsured drivers.