The UK government has announced its latest series of proposals to clamp down on irresponsible or reckless use of small drones, or unmanned air vehicles (UAVs). The proposals form part of a consultation period running into the autumn that will help shape a draft legislative bill toward the end of this year. Among the measures proposed are giving the police the ability to issue on-the-spot fines to UAV operators caught flying drones in dangerous locations and seizing their ...

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