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Mr. Loughton indicated dissent.

Mr. Raynsford: That is what I have been told. I hope that, if the hon. Gentleman has not yet received the message, it will reach him shortly. The meeting will give him an opportunity to impress on Mr. Haynes the issues that he has raised tonight.

The matter is a serious one, and the Government do take it seriously. I hope that the hon. Gentleman accepts that, although there are constraints--not least financial constraints--the Highways Agency wants to do what it can within those constraints to improve the safety of his constituents and of road users and pedestrians in the area. I thank the hon. Gentleman for highlighting these issues tonight.

Question put and agreed to.

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