LONDON, Dec 22 (Reuters) - British police will be allowed from Wednesday to test people they suspect of driving under the influence of drugs with roadside tasks such as standing on one leg, the Department for Transport said. Drivers could also be checked for dilated pupils or asked to estimate how long it takes for 30 seconds to pass. "Drug driving puts lives at danger and is as irresponsible as drink driving. Drivers should never get behind the wheel when they're unfit to drive," said ...
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