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Team GB Paralympian left a ‘prisoner’ in his own home after DVLA queries driving test

A British Paralympian is threatening to take the DVLA to court for being left “a prisoner in my own home” after the agency insisted on convening a “secret” panel to assess his ability to drive – despite passing his driving test last month. Jonathan Adams, 26, who represented Team GB in the shot put at London 2012, has cerebral palsy and is visually impaired in one eye.

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