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Djanogly vows to continue fight for new A14


20th October 2010

Jonathan Djanogly has today vowed to continue fighting for the new A14 after the Government’s Comprehensive Spending Review saw the scheme halted in the immediate future.

Mr Djanogly said;

‘As I am sure that most of my constituents are aware, I have been hugely supportive of the need for a new A14 since my election in 2001. I still believe that the current A14 is not fit for purpose and is damaging for local economy, local businesses and commuters. I fully understand that money is not readily available in the current economic climate and like all areas we have been affected in the worst possible way by the economic mismanagement of the previous administration that have made the cuts so urgent.

‘Whilst today is obviously a setback, I am pleased that the Department for Transport has recognised the importance of the A14 and rather than shelving the idea of a new road altogether has decided to investigate alternative solutions. I will be working with other MP’s, Councillors and business leaders to press the case for a new road that is both cost effective and practical and if necessary, involving the private sector in some form.’



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