Only three years ago, 1.8 million people signed a petition against road pricing.
Unfortunately, the European Union wishes to introduce it across Europe to pay for its Galileo satellite.
It also wishes to take over many of our main roads as a European network - run by unaccountable committees.
The UK Government has been considering road pricing for freight vehicles, even though this might result in dearer goods in shops.
However, the evolving European blueprint now seeks to extend charging technology from large lorries to smaller vehicles, meaning that many people could end up paying even more for their daily trips to work and have their movements tracked.
Northern Ireland and the mainland are potentially affected. If the Government really wants to give 'power to the public', we need a full and open debate.
Few people realise that the UK Department for Transport has just launched an important consultation, with only a short time to respond.
I encourage your readers to send a SAE for our free factsheet or visit www.newalliance.org.uk/ eurp.htm.
You can also reply to DFT TEN-T Policy Review, 76 Marsham Street, London SW1P 4DR (TEN-T@Dft.gsi.gov.uk) by September 10, copying in your MP.
Campaign manager, New Alliance