Foreign language translations and interpreters for people taking their driving test in the UK could be axed.

Ministers have launched a consultation on the change which they believe will boost road safety, help social cohesion and cut costs.

Last year nearly 80,000 requests were made for foreign language theory test voiceovers, or for interpreters.

Transport minister Stephen Hammond said the consultation on the changes would last until 2 April. More >>

See: BBC
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