Posted by Richard Willett - Memes and headline comments by David Icke Posted on 27 May 2023

‘We’re being penalised for going to work’: Sadiq Khan’s ULEZ plan is slammed on BBC Question Time as night workers face being forced to pay TWICE for every shift

Sadiq Khan‘s controversial plans to extend ULEZ have been slammed on BBCQuestion Time amid claims night workers face being forced to pay the £12.50 levy twice per shift.

The Mayor of London is pushing on with plans to extend the ultra-low emission zone (ULEZ), which currently covers areas within the North and South Circular roads, taking in most of Greater London by August 2023.

The plans, which aim to improve London’s air quality, have proved divisive with some resorting to stealing and defacing enforcement cameras in protest.

Opponents say the outer London expansion ‘penalises’ hard-working Britons during a cost-of-living crisis, including night time shift workers who may be forced to pay the twice.

One audience member on last night’s BBC Question Time, hosted in Gravesend, Kent, said it felt like ‘an added tax on people who can’t afford it’.

 

Read More: ‘We’re being penalised for going to work’: Sadiq Khan’s ULEZ plan is slammed on BBC Question Time as night workers face being forced to pay TWICE for every shift

The Trap 


From our advertisers