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'Technical discussions with Boris' team, when he was Mayor, showed it could be introduced within two years without further infringing anyone's privacy.'In 2004, the then Transport Secretary, Alistair Darling, announced plans for a national road pricing scheme.
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This would replace the capital's current £11.50 congestion charge, which is levied regardless of the time spent driving or distance travelled.
“Sleep-ins are widely used in the learning disability sector to provide care for some of our most vulnerable adults, in their own homes in the communities they live in,” he said.
“The carer is only there ‘just in case’ to provide safety and reassurance and is rarely disturbed.
Its chief executive David Kennedy claimed road pricing would slash carbon emissions - as long as other car taxes were not cut.
Dozens of leading charities could face insolvency within weeks after the Government ruled they must pay millions of pounds in back payments to overnight carers.
Recent research which looked at the last three years showed that 99.7 per cent of carers slept peacefully.