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Main editorial comment: Issue 516 27 Mar 2009

Worth a Flutter?

Andrew Forster

As a transport minister Stephen Ladyman earned a reputation for speaking his mind, a trait which ultimately cost him his job. But in the lunchtime address at a Freight Transport Association conference last week, the MP for South Thanet showed he still has an appetite for stirring things up from the backbenches. Ladyman offered delegates two bets about transport policy after the forthcoming General Election. Irrespective of who wins power, he said, the next Government would put road pricing back...

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27 Mar 2009

No mention of the fact that Ladyman is a paid adviser to ITIS Holdings plc: