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Councillor Davod Harrison

Another Backwards Step

Hythe Ferry
Hythe Ferry
Whatever you may think of the party politics, it is very hard to reconcile all of the warm words we hear about tackling traffic congestion and air pollution when the Tories decide to remove funding for the Hythe ferry.

Of course, if the ferry service collapses, it will mean yet more traffic joining the long queues into Southampton.

There is still no news on the Waterside railway.

I do feel a great sympathy for my colleague, County Councillor Malcolm Wade, who has worked so hard for years and years to keep the ferry service running.

I think politicians often regret the things they say.

The claim from Mrs May that “Austerity has come to an end” doesn’t apply to keeping our public services running.

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