Road Pricing Petition Redux


A few weeks ago I noted the anti-pricing petition in London. That petition now has over 1 million signatures (about 2% of the entire country), and the government proposed policy looks like it might be in trouble ...Pressure mounts over road tolls

Top-down schemes like this without the support of the public do not seem like they are the right way to proceed.

-- dml


Don't they think we are getting ripped off enough as it is.It's time to fight back.

I wish to sign the road pricing petition

i am against this tax and feel it is yet another stealth tax

I object to this Government
spying on me by putting a gadget in my car so enabling it to watch my every movement.I always understood that this was a democracy.

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