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Main editorial comment: Issue 519 8 May 2009

Cameras or inaction?

Rik Thomas

The news that the police in Oxford are strongly opposed to a blanket 20mph speed limit being imposed on virtually all residential roads in the city, primarily because they claim not to have the resources to enforce such a speed limit, could well turn out to be of more than ‘local’ importance. After all, the Government’s new road safety consultation talks at length about more and more widespread 20mph zones across the country as an allegedly vital road safety measure, and...

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