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UK government opens door to London GP

The British government is to change the law to allow motor racing on UK roads, opening the door to a potential London Grand Prix in future. Prime Minister David Cameron made the announcement when opening the new Williams Advanced Engineering facility in Grove, Oxfordshire on Friday. The change has been agreed following a government consultation, and Cameron said it would be a beneficial move for motor sport in the UK. "We're going to change the rules so that local councils are able to make the decision so you don't have to have a private member's Bill through Parliament, which we think will be great news for British motor sport,” Cameron said. As well as saying that the move would...
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