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Driving 10-year EU licence 'to cut fraud'
23 October 2003

'New UK driving licences will no longer be valid until the age of 70 and will have to be renewed every 10 years under proposals for a standardised EU licence approved yesterday.' link

Posted by SteveC at 11:35 AM Thu 23 Oct 2003 Categories: ID Cards , Surveillance & Security , The Guardian