A road in Leeds where the 19th century cobbles have been exposed.
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Councils face up to £100m in pothole repair bills

Councils across England are facing bills of up to £100m to complete huge backlogs of road repairs.

Details of the costs come after it was revealed how £6bn of government money will be spent on improving England's roads over the next six years. Ministers, however, have been warned it is not enough to tackle the problem.

Danny Savage reports from Leeds, a city with one of the costliest backlogs.

  • 06 Jan 2015
  • From the section UK
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