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Recognising that you believe the expansion of the ULEZ – and, in the future, road user charging - will benefit Londoners due to improving air quality, how will you ensure that the financial impact of these schemes does not hit the poorest the hardest?
Thank you very much, Mr Mayor. I phrased the question very carefully and so, for the benefit of the tape, I recognise that there are the air quality improvements that you are driving for, but the question was specifically about the financial impact. I did word that in the question. Just so you know, I spoke with TfL on Monday, and they are going to come back with some modelling about the...
I will advocate for my residents wherever that needs to happen. Around those financial impacts, residents have been in touch with me. This is a really big issue of concern for them as it was when there was the extension to the North and South Circulars that we talked about. They are really worried about how it is going to impact them visiting friends and family and getting to work. Small...
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