“Car owners are being priced off the road by our ‘leaders'”

I needed to travel from outer to inner London last week for a 10-hour day in what is officially the most costly city in the world to online as well as work.
The drive would have expense (for fuel, insurance, wear as well as tear etc) about a tenner. however then a additionally £11.50 in congestion tax would go to London Mayor Boris Johnson, simply for my vehicle entering ‘his’ fiefdom. as well as regional council charges of £4-£5 per hour to park kerbside would add one more £40-£50. phone call it £70 all-in – with only 15 per cent of that amount being the vehicle ownership/running expense aspect as well as the staying 85 per cent (ouch!) going to mercenary politicians as well as councils.  
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This once again proves vehicle owners are being priced off the road by our ‘leaders’. as well as this is what required me to travel to inner London by train. As I went into the filthy, depressing (aren’t they all?) suburban station, I nearly had a head-on collision with a traveler coming the other way.
Believe it or not, it was David Cameron as well as no, he wasn’t asked to show his ticket (assuming he had one!) as he exited. Neither was he needed to do what all other rail passengers do when they show up at suburban train stations – walk, cycle, take a bus or taxi.

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