UK chancellor says driverless vehicles will revolutionise people’s lives but says for some it will be ‘very challenging’

The chancellor has warned that a million British workers will need to retrain with the driverless cars set to revolutionise the workplace and people’s lives.

Philip Hammond reaffirmed a budget pledge to ensure “genuine driverless vehicles” on Britain’s roads by 2021 – and said people should be prepared for it to be “very challenging”.

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