Claire Douglas accuses Tories of trying to deceive the public about A64 project
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Claire Douglas accuses Tories of trying to deceive the public about A64 project

The A64 was first mentioned in The Yorkshire Post in 1905, but today, conservatives like Keane Duncan and Julian Sturdy are calling for the dualling of the A64 to reduce travel time between York, Malton, Pickering, Scarborough and Filey. They want to make this idea a reality, but Labour leader Claire Douglas says the dualling of the A64 is overdue and has no funding prospect under the current Conservative government. Nigel Ayre, from the Liberal Democrats, is also disappointed with the delay and impact on the local economy. Overall, there is a push to make the dualling of the A64 a reality, but it remains to be seen if and when this will happen.