Ten years ago today London became the first city in Britain to introduce a congestion charge.
It was supposed to cure the capital's traffic problems but there were predictions it would kill off business as people stayed away.
So after a decade in action what has the charge really changed?
Our Political Correspondent Simon Harris takes a look at its impact.
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