Cameron on patch to unveil £168m pothole fund

Mr Cameron, second left, is pictured talking to workers Merek Zawilinski, left, Trevor Pasczoska and county highways manager Ian McLellan, right, during a visit to see potholes being filled.

Mr Cameron, second left, is pictured talking to workers Merek Zawilinski, left, Trevor Pasczoska and county highways manager Ian McLellan, right, during a visit to see potholes being filled.

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Witney MP and Prime Minister David Cameron visited Clifton Hampden yesterday to launch a £168m pothole fund.

Councils can bid for money from the Government pot to repair roads.

County Council leader Ian Hudspeth says Oxfordshire will bid for £5m – which he estimates will allow it to repair an extra 7,000 potholes.

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