COURT: Tristan Tanner, 19, of Mill Lane in Lambourn has been disqualified from driving for 14 months after pleading guilty to a drug-driving charge.

Tanner drove his car on the M4 with 25 micrograms of ketamine in his blood on August 22.

For this, he has also been fined £184 and must pay £85 in costs plus £30 to victim services.

COURT: Rodolfo Batista, 24, from Ripon Way in Swindon has had his licence taken away for six months after pleading guilty to using his mobile phone while driving.

Batista drove a van on the A3102 at Spittleborough roundabout on July 28 while on the phone.

He was fined £100, must pay £30 to victim services.

Rodolfo was charged separately for a speeding offence, to which he also pleaded guilty.

On September 28 in Bolney, he drove the same van along the A23 Broxmead Lane while exceeding the 60mph limit.

For this, he was fined £200, must pay £85 in costs, and had four penalty points added to his licence.

COURT: Gary Fuller, 35, of Queens Mead Road in Loudwater, has been fined £1,000 after pleading guilty to driving without insurance.

He drove along the M4 near Swindon in a Mercedes van on November 14 2017 with no insurance policy in place.

He was also disqualified from driving for 28 days and ordered to pay £85 in costs plus £100 to victim services.