Thursday, 4 December 2008

10 reasons to scrap CONgestion charge

Well done to Kelvin Mackenzie in today's Sun for spelling out the horrors that await Manchester's population if they vote yes to a congestion charge being introduced.

Even with a fee of £5 a day it would cost around £100 a month extra getting to work. Not bad for a city where the average wage is £15,000.

As we at MAD keep saying, this is a tax which hits the poorest hardest. The roads then become freer for the better off. How is that fair under ZANU Labour?

But the most important reason for voting no is that this will nail the congestion charge being brought in to other cities like Leeds for example.

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