Friday, 14 May 2010

War on motorists to end

It's the news that everyone here at Motorists Against Detection have been waiting for - the new Govt will end the war on motorists.

No more cash for speed cameras is great news; and now they need to disband the camera partnerships and their 'jobs for the boys' mentality.

The UK had the safest roads in the world until Nu Liebore took office.

Perhaps we can go back to those days and stop trying to fleece the motorists to fund barmy schemes.

Captain Gatso
The Motorists Friend

NEW Transport Secretary Philip Hammond vowed to "end the war on motorists" yesterday.

He promised there would be no tolls on existing roads, no more government funding for speed cameras, and consultation on a "stabiliser" mechanism to bring down fuel duty when petrol prices rise.

Mr Hammond said: "Motoring has to get greener, but the car is not going to go away."

Read more of The Sun story.

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