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SPEED CAMERAS

EDM (Early Day Motion) 76: tabled on 17 May 2005

Tabled in the 2005-06 session.

This motion has been signed by 74 Members. It has received 1 amendment.

As this motion is using historical data, we may not have the record of the original ordering, in which case signatories are listed alphabetically.

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Motion text

That this House notes that the number of speed cameras has risen dramatically on UK roads; further notes that the Government has admitted that not all of them are appropriately placed and that motorists are increasingly frustrated that many of them are installed as a cash raising mechanism; and calls on the Government to launch a thorough review of all speed camera locations leading to the removal of cameras which do not improve road safety.

The first 6 Members who have signed to support the motion are the sponsors. The primary sponsor is generally the person who tabled the motion and has responsibility for it. The date shown is when the Member signed the motion.

In addition to the sponsors, the following Members have signed to support the motion.

Amess, Mr David
Conservative
Signed on 23 May 2005
Southend West
Atkinson, Mr Peter
Conservative
Signed on 19 May 2005
Hexham
Baldry, Tony
Conservative
Signed on 23 May 2005
Banbury
Baron, Mr John
Conservative
Signed on 9 June 2005
Billericay
Bellingham, Mr Henry
Conservative
Signed on 14 July 2005
North West Norfolk
Brazier, Mr Julian
Conservative
Signed on 3 November 2005
Canterbury
Brokenshire, James
Conservative
Signed on 20 July 2005
Hornchurch
Burns, Mr Simon
Conservative
Signed on 18 May 2005
West Chelmsford
Cable, Dr Vincent
Liberal Democrat
Signed on 26 May 2005
Twickenham
Campbell, Mr Gregory
Democratic Unionist Party
Signed on 24 May 2005
East Londonderry
Conway, Derek
Conservative
Signed on 18 May 2005
Old Bexley and Sidcup
Davies, Philip
Conservative
Signed on 7 June 2005
Shipley
Duddridge, James
Conservative
Signed on 21 July 2005
Rochford and Southend East
Philip Dunne,
Conservative
Signed on 24 May 2005
Ludlow
Fabricant, Michael
Conservative
Signed on 23 May 2005
Lichfield
Francois, Mr Mark
Conservative
Signed on 6 June 2005
Rayleigh
Fraser, Mr Christopher
Conservative
Signed on 21 July 2005
South West Norfolk
Garnier, Mr Edward
Conservative
Signed on 23 May 2005
Harborough
Gillan, Mrs Cheryl
Conservative
Signed on 26 May 2005
Chesham and Amersham
Godsiff, Mr Roger
Labour
Signed on 25 May 2005
Birmingham, Sparkbrook and Small Heath
Gray, Mr James
Conservative
Signed on 18 May 2005
North Wiltshire
Hammond, Mr Philip
Conservative
Signed on 15 June 2005
Runnymede and Weybridge
Harper, Mr Mark
Conservative
Signed on 20 July 2005
Forest of Dean
Hayes, Mr John
Conservative
Signed on 21 July 2005
South Holland and The Deepings
Heald, Mr Oliver
Conservative
Signed on 24 May 2005
North East Hertfordshire
Hendry, Charles
Conservative
Signed on 26 May 2005
Wealden
Holloway, Mr Adam
Conservative
Signed on 21 July 2005
Gravesham
Horam, Mr John
Conservative
Signed on 21 July 2005
Orpington
Howarth, Mr Gerald
Conservative
Signed on 18 May 2005
Aldershot
Hurd, Mr Nick
Conservative
Signed on 21 June 2005
Ruislip - Northwood
Illsley, Mr Eric
Labour
Signed on 26 May 2005
Barnsley Central
Jones, Mr David
Conservative
Signed on 10 October 2005
Clwyd West
Kirkbride, Julie
Conservative
Signed on 26 May 2005
Bromsgrove
Knight, Mr Greg
Conservative
Signed on 18 May 2005
East Yorkshire
Laing, Mrs Eleanor
Conservative
Signed on 25 May 2005
Epping Forest
Lait, Mrs Jacqui
Conservative
Signed on 24 May 2005
Beckenham
Lewis, Dr Julian
Conservative
Signed on 6 June 2005
New Forest East
Llwyd, Mr Elfyn
Plaid Cymru
Signed on 25 May 2005
Meirionnydd Nant Conwy
Luff, Peter
Conservative
Signed on 18 May 2005
Mid Worcestershire
Maclean, David
Conservative
Signed on 26 May 2005
Penrith and The Border
Main, Anne
Conservative
Signed on 8 June 2005
St Albans
Malins, Mr Humfrey
Conservative
Signed on 6 June 2005
Woking
McIntosh, Miss Anne
Conservative
Signed on 26 May 2005
Vale of York
Mercer, Patrick
Conservative
Signed on 13 June 2005
Newark
Moss, Mr Malcolm
Conservative
Signed on 18 May 2005
North East Cambridgeshire
Mundell, David
Conservative
Signed on 18 October 2005
Dumfriesshire, Clydesdale and Tweeddale
Murrison, Dr Andrew
Conservative
Signed on 22 June 2005
Westbury
Paice, Mr James
Conservative
Signed on 20 July 2005
South East Cambridgeshire
Penning, Mike
Conservative
Signed on 19 May 2005
Hemel Hempstead
Pickles, Mr Eric
Conservative
Signed on 24 May 2005
Brentwood and Ongar
Prisk, Mr Mark
Conservative
Signed on 19 May 2005
Hertford and Stortford
Robinson, Mrs Iris
Democratic Unionist Party
Signed on 18 May 2005
Strangford
Rosindell, Andrew
Conservative
Signed on 6 June 2005
Romford
Scott, Mr Lee
Conservative
Signed on 12 January 2006
Ilford North
Selous, Andrew
Conservative
Signed on 21 July 2005
South West Bedfordshire
Simpson, Alan
Labour
Signed on 9 June 2005
Nottingham South
Spelman, Mrs Caroline
Conservative
Signed on 26 May 2005
Meriden
Spink, Bob
Conservative
Signed on 23 May 2005
Castle Point
Vaizey, Mr Edward
Conservative
Signed on 23 May 2005
Wantage
Watkinson, Angela
Conservative
Signed on 6 June 2005
Upminster
Whittingdale, Mr John
Conservative
Signed on 19 May 2005
Maldon and East Chelmsford
Wiggin, Bill
Conservative
Signed on 19 July 2005
Leominster
Wilshire, Mr David
Conservative
Signed on 26 May 2005
Spelthorne
Wilson, Sammy
Democratic Unionist Party
Signed on 14 October 2005
East Antrim
Winterton, Ann
Conservative
Signed on 18 May 2005
Congleton
Winterton, Sir Nicholas
Conservative
Signed on 18 May 2005
Macclesfield
Wright, Jeremy
Conservative
Signed on 21 July 2005
Rugby and Kenilworth
Yeo, Mr Tim
Conservative
Signed on 26 May 2005
South Suffolk

There are no withdrawn signatures for this motion.

After a motion has been tabled, other Members can table amendments to it. Amendments to this motion are shown below.

SPEED CAMERAS (Amendment 1)
leave out from first `that' to end and insert `excessive speed is the single most important contributory factor in fatal car crashes; further notes speed limit enforcement and speed limit reduction have been proven to be two of the most effective ways of preventing as well as reducing road casualties and that drivers who exceed the speed limit are breaking the law as well as putting themselves and others at risk; and calls on the Government to ensure that speed limit enforcement encourages widespread compliance with speed limits and enables more equitable access to the road network for all road users.'.
Labour, Edinburgh North and Leith
6
signatures
EDM 76A1: tabled on 25 May 2005