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What the papers say: The Times

More than 700,000 people in towns along the M4 from Newbury to Slough would have to pay a toll to use local roads or a charge to park at work under proposals from the South East England Regional Assembly. The assembly has targeted the Thames Valley for the tax because its residents are the wealthiest outside central London and it is suffering acutely from growing car use.

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