Planning in the media

Ministers have woken up to people power on the net, says The Guardian, and the people are not happy. Suddenly road pricing is all the rage. The Daily Mirror's "no to the toll tax" campaign is encouraging readers to sign up to an anti-road charging petition on the Ten Downing Street website, part of the government's latest experiment in internet democracy. By the beginning of this week, the number of people signing up had topped one million, according to The Times. But transport secretary Douglas Alexander told the paper that many of those promoting the petition are spreading falsehoods about road pricing - politician-speak for lying.

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