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Crucial failure to take account


The Centre for Economics & Business Research has calculated that 6,000 jobs and £236M in company profits could be lost if plans for a western extension to the central London congestion charge zone go ahead.

The West London Residents Association, which opposes the expansion plans, said the report shows a crucial failure to take account of differences in economic activity and infrastructure between central and west London.

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