Deaths on Scottish roads fall by 15% in one year as they rise across the non-Scottish parts of the UK. Paxman, Scottish Tories and Danny Alexander still wrong about SNP average speed cameras?

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Deaths on Scottish roads fall by 15% in one year as they rise across the non-Scottish parts of the UK. Paxman, Scottish Tories and Danny Alexander still wrong about SNP average speed cameras?

(c) Edinburgh University, Salisbury Studio Theatre, Daily Telegraph From Police Scotland on 28th May 2018: ‘The Q4 figures show that the number of deaths on the roads has fallen by 15.1% (from 172 to 146) after education and enforcement work, including safety campaigns highlighting poor driver behaviour. The number of children killed on roads is down 82% from 11 to 2. Since 1995, there has been a 50% fall in road deaths, while traffic levels have increased by 23% over…

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Deaths on Scottish roads fall by 15% in one year as they rise across the non-Scottish parts of the UK. Paxman, Scottish Tories and Danny Alexander still wrong about SNP average speed cameras?