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M4 motorway: Motorway in the United Kingdom
The M4, a motorway in the United Kingdom running from west London to southwest Wales, was originally referred to as the London-South Wales Motorway. The English section to the Severn Bridge was constructed between 1961 and 1971; the Welsh element was completed in 1993. The construction of the Second Severn Crossing, officially renamed the Prince of Wales Bridge and inaugurated on 5 June 1996 by the Prince of Wales, caused the M4 to be rerouted.

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Swindon M4 crash: Man killed and motorway closed

The crash in the early hours between Hungerford and Swindon left both carriageways closed.
BBC News - Published

Lorry crash causes major delays on M4 near Bristol

Lengthy delays are building up between junctions 20 and 21 after the vehicle struck the central reservation.
BBC News - Published

M4 closure: Motorists warned of delays ahead

The road is being closed while a bridge at junction 7 is demolished to make way for a smart motorway.
BBC News - Published

15 people found in lorry and man arrested near Chippenham

Police shut a road close to the M4 after the suspected migrants were found.
BBC News - Published

M4 crash inquest: Coroner calls for hard shoulder closures probe

A coroner asks for an investigation into closures on the hard shoulder after a fatal crash on the M4.
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M4 in Berkshire reopens after bridge demolition

The bridge is the first of 11 being taken down on the M4 as the motorway is upgraded to four lanes.
BBC News - Published

M4 motorway shut in Berkshire as geese take flight

Officers were forced to shut the motorway as they pursued the geese that were recorded flying at 26mph.
BBC News - Published