Brake slam new speed camera policy

Road safety charity, Brake, call coalition government’s policy not to fund new speed cameras as a “trip back to the dark ages”

The new UK transport minister Philip Hammond, has said the government will not fund any new speed camera installations in an attempt to end a 14 year battle against motorists. Brake has said that both motorists and communities approve of using technology to save lives and the governments’ decision was based on an ‘archaic political bias’.

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