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One of the applicants was Lord Harris of Haringey, the former chair of the Metropolitan Police Authority and the Association of London Government, who was also a non-executive director of the London Ambulance Service and a director of National Association of Community Health Councils.
Nick Lester, from the Association of London Government, said: 'We found that using cameras to enforce minor moving traffic offences has been successful in improving traffic flow in London.
According to the Association of London Government, in 2004, 330,000 parking tickets were issued to foreign-registered vehicles in London alone - only one in 20 were paid.
According to research by the Association of London Government, the amount that is not collected in foreign fines stacked up to pounds 12.
And some, such as members of the Association of London Government, including Westminster Council, want discretionary powers to set fees.
Ruth Cadbury, spokeswoman for the Association of London Government, said: "The lives of ordinary Londoners will be hugely improved.
The Association of London Government (ALG) was submitting its own bill to Parliament to ask for a ban in the workplace.
recently reported that London mayor Ken Livingstone and the Association of London Government have launched a campaign in which more than 300 garages in the city will offer emissions testing at half price -- 10 pounds (about $19) plus value added tax (VAT) -- through March 31.