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Next up on the Catch-Up Service, the Mail ran campaigns against plastic bags and quangos, and was excited about the prospects of more e-petitions on the No 10 website, launched on 29 July.
John McTernan, former political secretary to Tony Blair, told the BBC on 4 August that his boss had been relaxed when e-petitions were first invited by the Government and revealed opposition to road-pricing:
When people said to Tony Blair there were 1.8 million people against road charging. He said there were always 1.8 million people against road charging, now we have their e-mail addresses.
(Blair wrote an email to them explaining his policy, but it was dropped anyway.)
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