Right, hands up them that drive for a living? Or just drive, come to that? Or ride bikes? C'mon, hands up: yes, you, the fat wheezy boy at the back. Hmm-thought so: nearly all of us. Well, you maybe interested in this bit from the motoring section of Saturday's Telegraph. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/motoring/columnists/mike-rutherford/7711047/Mr-Money-beware-the-Lib-Dems-road-pricing-plans.html "At 10.44 am on Monday May 10, I, on behalf of this newspaper, successfully made formal contact with Lib Dem HQ. Worryingly for motorists like you and me, Britain's third political party (it won only 6.8 million votes in last week's General Election compared with Labour's 8.6 million and 10.7 million for the Conservatives) is and always has been unapologetically anti-car. It clearly stated in its recently published, pre-election manifesto that it "will prepare for the introduction of a system of road pricing" which means the party intends to impose an ADDITIONAL layer of taxation called tolling which could price millions of low to middle income motorists, plus their adult and child passengers, off the road. Opinion poll after opinion poll have proved beyond doubt that the vast majority of Brits are against Lib Dem-style road tolls on the grounds that we already pay, at current rates, around Â£52,000 million per annum in road user taxes. Not that the Lib Dems take much notice of such overwhelming public opinion........." Now, Mike Rutherford (the author of this piece) has long harped on about this: maybe just a scare-the-kids piece or do we need to put the Outrage Bus up on bricks and think about clubbing together for an Off-Peak Outrage special?