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Drones will have to be registered in UK safety clampdown
A drone flying in Hanworth Park in west London as a British Airways 747 plane prepares to land at Heathrow airport. Photograph: John Stillwell/PA.
Register tracks drones as research shows gadgets can smash plane windscreens  
Drones will have to be registered in the UK, Government says  
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Exchange rates for the pound are possibly the worst ever as the summer holiday season starts. Photograph: Matt Cardy/Getty Images.
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