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MARKET REFORMS SLOWED BECAUSE OF CAR BOOT SALE CONCERN

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Government plans to abolish medieval rules on markets may be scrapped because ministers are worried this might enco...
Government plans to abolish medieval rules on markets may be scrapped because ministers are worried this might encourage the growth of car boot sales, the Daily Telegraph reports (p6).

The government is said to be worried that the boot sales are being abused by criminals.
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