Sadiq Khan's controversial ULEZ expansion is likely to hit poorer London boroughs hardest, according to new analysis by the TaxPayers' Alliance. The research shows that three of the four poorest London boroughs are likely to pay among the highest percentage of total ULEZ fines, despite incomes being as much as 50 per cent lower. The data also shows that wealthier neighbourhoods are more likely to adapt to the expansion.
Speaking to the Daily Express, which published the findings, our managing director James Roberts said:
"Londoners are already suffering with Sadiq's van tax.
"By extending this hated charge, the mayor will also hit taxpayers and tradesmen outside the capital.
"City Hall needs to apply the brakes to this mindless attack on motorists."