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All Blog Posts Tagged 'spending-cuts' (3)

Public disservice

Polly Toynbee (Guardian 19 March) is right about the hidden value of much public service, but wrong in seeing traffic control as anything but a public disservice. In providing beneficial spending cuts, traffic system reform would avoid the destructive cuts she fears will unravel the admirable public services that have invisibly mended many of society’s ills.

Added by Martin Cassini on March 21, 2011 at 11:00 — No Comments

The old road rapidly changing?

Politically I’m unaffiliated, but my calls for individual liberty, responsibility, and kind cuts from traffic system reform have been aired at Conservative Home. Article and comments…


Added by Martin Cassini on July 14, 2010 at 10:30 — No Comments

VAT increase inevitable?

Treasury Chief secretary, Danny Alexander, claims the VAT rise is ‘unavoidable’. If ignorance (of the potential for kind cuts in traffic system reform) is no excuse, there is no excuse for the increase, or for many of the cuts that would be unnecessary given the introduction of FiT Roads. I’ve emailed ministers including George Osborne, Philip Hammond, Lynne Featherstone, Vince Cable. The only reply has come from Norman Baker…


Added by Martin Cassini on June 27, 2010 at 14:00 — No Comments

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