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PACTS Conference - 16th October 2012

27 June 2012

The Paliamentary Advisory Council for Transort Safety (PACTS), is holding a conference entitled 'Driving While Impaired', on the 16th October 2012 at One Wimpole Street.

It will aim to take a detailed look at the measures to reduce death and injury caused by drink drving and also the challenges posed by people driving having taken drugs. Sir Peter North and Dr.Kim Wolf who chairs the government's expert panel on drugs and driving are to be speakers at the conference.

For more details and for booking information please click here.

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