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The trade in personalized license plates in the UK can be big business -- the most coveted ones aren't given away, they are auctioned off at country clubs and manor houses. And in spite of a thing called "the recession" the record price paid for a specialty plate in the UK has just been broken, with a Lebanese property developer paying £352,411 ($513,047 USD) to own "1 D." The actual winning bid was £285,000 ($414,893 USD), to which fees and taxes were added.

The UK at the moment is being terrorized by a series of letterbomb attacks that seem to target the country's motoring authorities, including the Driver and Vehicle Licensing Agency (DVLA), an accountancy firm associated with Speed Check Services that provides digital speed cameras to the country's law enforcement, and the London offices of Capita that runs the city's congenstion charge system. So far, four letterbombs have exploded since last Saturday. In total, seven people have been injured, i

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