Parts of England and Wales face a "crumbling road crisis", with an £10.5 billion needed to repair all the countries potholes, a report has said.
A report from the Asphalt Industry Alliance (AIA) showed that local authorities in England and Wales filled in more than two million potholes last year.
The cost of filling was £113 million, with £32 million being paid out in compensation to claims.
Compensation payouts were 50 per cent up on the 2011 figure, with £13 million spent on staff time dealing with compensation claims.
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The party leader said her MPs may be in a position to act as deal makers - and they would refuse to allow an exit from the EU.
Oliver Healey said he set up the page before the referendum and it has now been "hijacked" by Remain backers.
Another unsettled day ahead for most.