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Sydney Lenssen Prescott's recipe for obfuscation

John Prescott's integrated transport policy, trumpeted in July's widely welcomed White Paper, took a step forward this week when Price Waterhouse Coopers advertised for candidates to form the Commission for Integrated Transport. CfIT will be an independent advisory public body, to 'take the transport debate forward and continue to build consensus'. It will keep government in touch with how its new transport policy is getting on, and check that the results help health, education, wealth ...

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