General Election 2019: where do the parties stand on motoring?

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    With the UK electorate going to the polls on 12 December, we explain the policies each party has in store for motorists
    A Parliamentary deadlock means the UK is holding its third General Election in the last five years, with Boris Johnson’s Conservatives facing off against Jeremy Corbyn’s Labour Party, while a number of smaller parties fight to have their voices heard.

    There’s no doubt that Brexit is the main issue on the agenda but this is a General Election, not a referendum, so all matters of policy are up for debate, including those relating to motoring.

    • UK car production fell 3.8 per cent in September

    As manifestos are released and policies announced in the run-up to polling day on 12 December, we’ll update this page with everything you need to know about what the parties have planned for drivers.

    Conservative and Unionist Party

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    Perhaps this might be discussed this week or referred to on the hustings? Also rural affairs and coastal erosion Top priority.

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