Swansea DVLA worker appointed MBE for services to reducing transport fraud
A SWANSEA man has been appointed MBE for services to reducing transport fraud.
Phillip Gyles Hodge has worked at the DVLA in Swansea for a decade and helps crack down on people illegally obtaining and using driving licences.
The 30-year-old father-of-three found out he had been appointed in this year's New Year's Honours List in November.
He said: "It has been extremely difficult to keep it under my hat until now.
"I am extremely privileged to receive it.
Mr Hodge works as an administrative officer in the central casework group of the DVLA and was recently promoted.