By Jeremy Lovell LONDON, Nov 30 (Reuters) - Britain must make motorists pay for using its crammed roads to cut congestion, reduce pollution and stop the country grinding to a halt, a government-sponsored report on transport after 2015 said. The report, to be published on Friday, also said Britain should expand its sea and air ports but ensure the cost of using all transport fully included its impact on the environment to help tackle global warming. The report's author, former British ...
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