Thursday, 26 July 2007

Common sense from Stockport Liberal Democrats


C-charge: Stockport says no


STOCKPORT have dramatically rejected congestion charging in Greater Manchester. It is the second council to join the rebellion after Trafford voted `no' earlier this week.But it won't make any difference because the other eight councils involved are in favour and the Association of Greater Manchester Authorities has decided to go with a majority verdict. Stockport, which had been waiting for the result of its own survey of residents and businesses, announced this morning that both were against a road toll, which the government wants in return for £3bn of public transport improvements. Two-thirds of residents and three-quarters of businesses in Stockport are against charging.The decision means the authority's chief executive will vote 'no' at a meeting of the AGMA at Dukinfield town hall tomorrow. Manchester Council yesterday became the eighth council to back the idea.

6 comments:

look mum I can use the computer said...

The poor old Lib Dems in Tameside, known as the invisible party to many. Who runs the Tameside Liberal Party now that Cloud Cuckoo Land Peter Wright has been kicked out of the party?

hooooooooooooooooooo said...

Sorry Peter.

ncb1970 said...

The Lib-Dems have many activists in Tameside such as;
Mohammed Hussein
Ajaz Ali
Fokrul Khan
Fatima Begum
Jason Dandy

graham norton said...

I hope you're not implying the Lib-Dems are just a motley crew of Pakis and Queers. ncb1970 I'd like an answer.

ncb1970 said...

Implying they're Pakis and queers. Me, the 14th Duke of Winbin.

Jason Dandy said...

Me dear, gay dear, no dear.