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The coalition is set to deliver on its promise to end what it calls "the war on motorists" by beginning to ditch speed cameras. Shadow home secretary Alan Johnson today attacked the plans, saying that speed cameras save lives.


A test that can detect motorists under the influence of illegal drugs is planned to be installed at every police station within two years. Manufacturers are to be given specifications for the devices by the end of September, the government is due to announce.


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