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'Real struggle' to deal with potholes

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The coldest winter in a hundred years has left a trail of potholes across Britain's roads - and councils have less money to tackle the problem because of the cuts. Peter Box, chair of the Local Government Association's transport board, which has made the claim, is also Labour leader of Wakefield City Council, and tells us why the holes are such a problem.


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