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In brief: Issue 547 11 Jun 2010

Livingstone pledges to resume fight against capital’s ‘gas guzzlers’

Ken Livingstone has pledged to revive his plans for a higher congestion charge for ‘gas guzzlers’ if he is re-elected London’s mayor in 2012. Livingstone launched his bid to become Labour’s candidate for the May 2012 election last week. Writing in the Evening Standard, the former mayor said he would pursue a very different fares policy from the current mayor. “Under Boris Johnson, a single bus fare by Oyster has risen by a staggering one-third as has the price of a...

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