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Road safety, Speed cameras, England

Rethink speed camera policy, AA tells ministers

Motoring organisation the AA this week called on ministers to rethink their opposition to speed cameras in England, and claimed that the views of motorists were not being accurately reflected in the debate.

The AA has raised its concerns about the removal of speed cameras in a letter to transport secretary Philip Hammond and will put them across at a forthcoming meeting with ministers.

The organisation said polling showed that 70% of members accepted the use of cameras....

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David
6 Sep 2010

Speed cameras are excellent and MUST be retained. They don't cause hardship to any motorists; all they have to do is obey the speed limits. Simples!

In any civilised society you cannot and must not select those laws which you choose to obey. Speed limitations areone such law