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Road Maintenance Petition

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Willardfan PCGB Member
2023/09/10 09:55:33 (permalink)

Road Maintenance Petition

Hi all
A parliamentary petition has been started urging the government to hasten repairs and improve the parlous state of the UK road network. If the petition receives 10k signatures the government is legally bound to publish a response.
If you wish to sign the petition please use this link:
Thanks for your support.
Drive safe

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Peter_Bull PCGB Honorary Member
Re: Road Maintenance Petition 2023/09/11 13:33:49 (permalink)

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Ian Gilmour PCGB Member
Re: Road Maintenance Petition 2023/09/11 14:14:20 (permalink)
Signed, but I’ll be amazed if the Government does anything to improve matters!

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Greenman986S PCGB Member
Re: Road Maintenance Petition 2023/09/11 16:54:33 (permalink)
Are Macan and Cayenne owners allowed to sign? 
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