Fyson on the international ramifications of London's charge

It could be doubtful legal advice, or maybe just the outrage of automobile-obsessed Americans, that has led the US embassy in London to suddenly stop paying the congestion charge. More insidiously, some have suggested that it reflects a real or imagined mission of the Bush regime to challenge "restrictions of freedom" wherever it finds them, whether legitimised by democratic government or not.

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