They’re reported to be a part of the group Motion In opposition to ULEZ with some protestors carrying indicators branding the mayor a “liar” whereas others described the ULEZ cameras as “scameras” designed to entrap drivers.
It’s the newest step within the anti-ULEZ marketing campaign which has seen some opponents of the scheme illegally goal the cameras used to implement it.
The scheme was expanded in August bringing 5 million extra Londoners into the clear air zone and prompting a contemporary disagreement between campaigners and critics of the scheme.
It was hailed by the mayor because the “greatest, strongest ultra-low emission zone” of its sort on the planet, however opponents argued it can put an additional monetary burden on the poorest throughout a cost-of-living disaster as drivers with older automobiles in outer boroughs now face a £12.50 day by day cost.
Its widening turned a deeply political concern this 12 months and it was blamed for Labour’s failure to win the Uxbridge and South Ruislip parliamentary by-election in July.
That defeat pushed the problem to the highest of the political agenda with Prime Minister Rishi Sunak pledging to crack down on “anti-motorist” insurance policies.
Earlier this month the Prime Minister delayed the ban on the sale of recent conventionally fuelled automobiles and vans from 2030 to 2035 and he has criticised native authorities for bringing in decrease pace limits.