Mr B and his mob are in the process of introducing another piece of legislation designed keep an eye on us and our movements. It's all about a new method of road taxation.
Do you remember 10 or so years back when those blue cameras started appearing at the roadside? They were trumpeted as a means to monitor traffic flow, well now they're going be help the government follow your every movement, along with some slightly more high-tech stuff.
Below is an article which outlines what's going on and a link to Number 10's website where they're gauging public opinion about this latest move.
"...there is only one month left to register your objection to the 'Pay as you go' road tax.
The petition is on the 10 Downing St website but they didn't tell anybody about it. Therefore at the time of Sarah [Kennedy's] comments only 250,000 people had signed it so far and 750,000 signatures are required to stop them introducing it.
This is... from the 10 Downing Street's website. Once you've given your details (you don't have to give your full address, just house number and postcode will do), they will send you an email with a link in it. Once you click on that link, you'll have signed the petition.
Democracy in action?
The government's proposal to introduce road pricing will mean you having to purchase a tracking device for your car and paying a monthly bill to use it. The tracking device will cost about £200 and in a recent study by the BBC, the lowest monthly bill was £28 for a rural florist and £194 for a delivery driver. A non working mother who used the car to take the kids to school paid £86 in one month.
On top of this massive increase in tax, you will be tracked. Somebody will know where you are at all times.
They will also know how fast you have been going, so even if you accidentally creep over a speed limit in time you can probably expect a Notice of Intended Prosecution with your monthly bill. If you care about our freedom ... please sign the petition on No 10's new website (link below) and pass this on to as many people as possible."