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Conservative Party response to Cycle Bath analysis of their Transport Manifesto

Tim Warren, Conservative BaNES shadow cabinet member for Transport, ¬†sent me a detailed response to my critique of the BaNES Conservative Transport Manifesto and I honestly feel it deserves it’s own space rather than tacked on the end of the critique. I will update the original article to link to this. I would like to just thank Tim Warren for taking time for writing. Campaigning to improve the lot of people that cycle is all about discourse. It is encouraging that Tim felt it worth writing to me and I hope this bodes well for further discussions in the future.

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Critical Analysis of the BaNES 2015 Conservative Transport Manifesto

Ben Howlett, prospective Bath conservative MP, contacted me yesterday¬†to ask what Cycle Bath’s opinion of their recently announced Bath Transport Manifesto was and if we could offer feedback. I duly put out a request for people to give feedback and feedback I did receive.

To be fair Cycle Bath is not a political animal. Pretty much every party falls short in their approach to healthy transportation. It’s within the nature of being a single issue campaign group that there is never enough. However this is going to be a complex analysis and one that other parties should take note of when writing their manifestos.

(apologies for any and all grammatical mistakes)

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