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Under the plans, novice riders will have to sit a theory test and their licence will be revoked if they collect six penalty points. Times, Sunday Times (2016)The group said it had collected 3,000 signatures on a petition calling for the hunter's licence to be revoked. Times, Sunday Times (2016)I don't answer my phone when driving and anyone who thinks texting while at the wheel is a good idea should have their licence revoked. The Sun (2016)It means that those with less than two years' experience will be banned for a first-time offence because they have their licence revoked after six points. Times, Sunday Times (2016)The companies have also campaigned to revoke the protected status of some of the rainforest. Times, Sunday Times (2007)The incident was nasty and last month that licence was revoked. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Officials are to be given powers to revoke visitor visas at immigration desks without appeal. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Then we should revoke their passports until they learn to live as human beings. The Sun (2016)His visa was revoked following a public campaign against him. The Sun (2014)The council has revoked their licence to keep dogs. The Sun (2008)American officials yesterday said they had revoked his passport. The Sun (2013)That means another three points for a motoring offence would see his licence revoked. The Sun (2012)He was back in jail last night after his probation licence was revoked. The Sun (2010)The only thing he should be saying is behave or be deported with all your family and passports revoked. The Sun (2015)Not long afterwards, news seeped out that his licence had been revoked and his car impounded. Times, Sunday Times (2015)US visa revoked in light of investigation. Times, Sunday Times (2011)Has the law been revoked? Times, Sunday Times (2007)With his passport revoked, he faced an exile from the ring whose cost was certain to be physical as well as financial. Times, Sunday Times (2016)I received death threats, there were protests and there were calls for my citizenship to be revoked. Times, Sunday Times (2008)If he doesn't, we should revoke his citizenship. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Crucially, he was not put on the no-fly list and his visa was not revoked. Times, Sunday Times (2010)The photos - which have fuelled rumours that she was given special treatment - could lead to her residency status being revoked. The Sun (2007)I must revoke her status as The Other. Times, Sunday Times (2010)

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Inglês Britânico: revoke VERB
When people in authority revoke something such as a licence, a law, or an agreement, they cancel it.
The government revoked her husband's license.


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