A committee of MPs says there is a "misleading impression" the devices are completely safe.
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I don't even look at my phone when I'm at home with nothing to do. EVERY time i stop at lights i see a chick, yes female, in a nearby car check her tinder.

Ask Google for their aggregated data.

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Distracting hands-free phones are a driving hazard but sat-navs and sleepless parents with a screaming toddler in the back seat are just fine? The ban-hammer is a patronising substitute for responsibility.

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ZE FUHRER ORDERS ZAT ZERE WVIILL BE NO TALKING DURING ZE TRIP TO WARSAWW, VERBOTTEN

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I was working in Tampa Florida a while back and there was a big wreck which caused a traffic jam on the Howard Franklin Bridge during morning rush hour one day. I later discovered a woman was eating cereal in her car at the time and ended up wrecking as a result.

We all suffer due to the stupid people, and emotional lawmaking. They can ban everything and STILL won't be happy to cease the useless lawmaking.

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THe BBC wants to ban everything.

You need a wanking license in the UK, for christ's sake.

#fascists

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Yeah, well, you need your hands free to roll spliff, don't you know...

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What next? A radio ban? A music ban? A talking to passengers ban? With all the serious problems we have in this country, this is the most insignificant waste of time I can imagine.

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Shocked they didnt propose a total ban on talking.

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nanny state

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bAn iT noW!

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