London Mayor Boris Johnson has quashed the proposed rise in congestion charge for vehicles deemed the most polluting.Keep it up, Boris!
Former mayor Ken Livingstone planned to raise the daily levy from £8 to £25 from October, prompting car maker Porsche to bring a legal challenge.
Mr Johnson pledged in his election manifesto to scrap the £25 charge and said the move would save legal costs.
Of course, there are always those who don't agree:
Mr Livingstone said the decision was "a further blow to the London as groundbreaking city to tackle climate change and improve the environment."Would you like some cheese with that whine, Ken...?
He added that rather than saving money "London will lose £30-£60m expected annual revenue from the scheme".