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HANSARD COMMONS DEBATE.

ROAD TRAFFIC DEBTS

 

What they do to one of us they do to all of us, eventually it reaches the top.

You shall not side with the powerful against the weak. Winslow - Rattigan

 

 

House of Commons Hansard Debates for 27 Mar 2007 (pt 0031)

A few Excerpts

The Enforcement of Road Traffic Fines by Bailiffs”. I want to raise that issue because it is producing a huge extortion racket, with local authorities—which should protect the people—colluding with cheating bailiffs to impose huge and excessive charges that are then justified by lies and enforced by bullying.

 

 

I have built up a picture of what is a huge extortion racket operated by a £6 billion industry, primarily in London but all over the country. They are private contractors on contract to public bodies.

 

 

Read it all!

Adjourned accordingly at twenty-nine minutes past One o’clock.

 

 

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Inside out England BBC1 Wed 4th April 7.30 Birmingham. Wheel clamping.

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