"Do you have to pay the congestion charge to drive in Brighton?" Don't give them ideas, silly woman!
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@bbcnewcastle More out of town parking for City Centre, encourage parking in other high street shopping areas, trams, congestion charge.
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You deal with bus lanes, cyclists jumping red lights, aggressive white vans, congestion charge and I deal with: http://t.co/eCpIRbmhLe
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It was only a couple of years ago that Manchester City Council's pedantry extended to the possibility of a congestion charge. PMSL.
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Heathrow congestion charge proposed
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RT @legalchallenge: If we allow TFL to rule us then we might as well allow them to run our lives. Are you prepared to let this happen : ht…
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Hiring cars is lfm, especially on Mondays as there's congestion charge🌚
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It's quite insistent about this one… RT @BBCNews_ebooks: Congestion charge for plastic carrier bags
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Congestion charge for plastic carrier bags
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RT @mwarne: Registering for auto-pay for the congestion charge - which saves @TfLOfficial time, money & effort in collection - costs the us…
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Registering for auto-pay for the congestion charge - which saves @TfLOfficial time, money & effort in collection - costs the user a £10 fee!
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I think I'm gonna put a congestion charge on my mentions tbf
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does anyone know if you have to pay the congestion charge if you drive through the black wall tunnel
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Transport for London teams up with Google to protect customers from using unofficial Congestion Charge payment sites.
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forgot theres no congestion charge on sunday woo wool, driving it is
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Heathrow congestion charge proposed
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@newcastlecc What about the reintroduction of trams to speed up travel and reduce use of car through congestion charge?

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