UK proposes tougher penalties for laser incidents

The UK has announced plans to impose tougher sentences on people convicted of shining laser lights at aircraft. Currently, penalties for someone found guilty of such an offence are limited, with the maximum fine being £2,500 ($3,350). Under the proposed Laser Misuse (Vehicles) Bill, published Dec...

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