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Horn off plenty


I see that Westminster City Council is to challenge the Greater London Authority (GLA) in the courts over its approval of congestion charging in the capital (NCE 16 May). I am surprised that the Borough of Southwark hasn't joined in too.

However there is one consolation should the scheme go ahead - Ken Livingstone's office in the new GLA building will be well within hooting distance of vehicles stuck on the southern approach to Tower Bridge. See - and hear - you there!

Tim Wheildon Brown (M), Flat B, 66 Eccleston Square, London SW1V 1PJ

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