Manchester Gazette reports:
UKIP Deputy Leader, Paul Nuttall, has warned that all new cars are set to be fitted with tracking devices under new EU Rules.
Since the EU passed plant to fit new cars with tracking devices that work similar to mobile phone technology, the UK Government has admitted it cannot do anything to stop British drivers having to comply.
The EU claim the devices can be set to send out an SOS to the emergency services should the car’s airbag be deployed, potentially saving 2,500 lives a year across the continent.
“This is an absolute disgrace,” said Mr Nuttall, UKIP deputy leader.
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