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Your view : Crime drive.

Byline: David Anderson

I SEE the police are trying to bring in what I would call a discriminating law against the elderly to stop them driving when they reach the age of 70.

The police should stick to the job of upholding the law and stop wearing down accelerator pedals on high-powered police vehicles.

If they wore down their subsidised footwear patrolling unruly housing estates we might see a drop in the need for ASBOs, vandalism and breaches of the peace.When they reach 70 they will adhere to what they preach today

David Anderson, Dunbartonshire
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Title Annotation:Letters
Publication:Daily Record (Glasgow, Scotland)
Date:Oct 28, 2005
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