I am concerned over Cheshire County Council's highways engineers introducing road signs in Polish and English in road works on the A49 and A534 in the Crewe and Nantwich Area. Under the highway rules only signs in English are permitted.
The transport minister has ruled that these signs should be in English only. However, the council engineers have refused to remove them.
But who makes the rules on our national roads - Parliament or individual highways engineers?
If it is Parliament then engineers should work to the letter of the law irrespective of their personal views.
These engineers should be made to be accountable for their actions and be disciplined either by their employers or by the Institution - if they are members - for breaking these rules.
MP Green (M), 107 Derrington Avenue, Crewe, Cheshire CW2 7JA