Is it the end of road for the speed camera?

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A year ago Swindon became the first council in the UK to scrap its fixed speed cameras - claiming they do not lower the number of accidents on the roads.

Since then central funding has been slashed and several other councils are looking to follow its lead. So are fixed speed cameras about to be consigned to history?

Graham Satchell reports.

Do you think that speed cameras should be consigned to history?

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