Posted by Richard Willett - Memes and headline comments by David Icke Posted on 3 June 2023

Outrage as ULEZ border in Surrey will see parents charged to drop off and pick up their children at 59 schools from September – just in time for the new school year

Parents at more than 50 schools will be hit with ULEZ charges for the daily drop off when the zone is expanded in August, causing further outrage against the controversial scheme.

Thousands of pupils in the catchment area will be hit by the £12.50 daily charge if their parents don’t own an exempt car as London Mayor Sadiq Khan clamps down on drivers.

To meet the ULEZ emissions standard and avoid the charge, your vehicle must meet the required Euro emissions standard for your vehicle and emission type. Most petrol vehicles under 16 years old or diesel vehicles under six years old already meet the emissions standards.

School staff members who drive to work will also be affected by the changes, which have been criticised by Mr Khan’s political rivals, who have suggested the 2024 mayoral election could become a referendum on the ‘hated’ plan.

There are 59 schools within a kilometre of the new boundary in Surrey, which will be implemented from August 29.

A judicial review launched against the expansion proposals by a coalition of councils was granted extra grounds on May 26 for ‘unfair and unlawful consultation in relation to expected compliance rates’ and irrationality in the scrappage scheme.

 

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