Are the Government planning to TRACK electric vehicles? | Farage

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‘I’m astonished at the extent to which we’re surveilled… is it an unacceptable loss of liberty for us to have tracking devices in our car?’

Nigel Farage is joined by cyber security expert Stewart Room to discuss Government proposals to track electric vehicles.

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