Calls for better signs on M25

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THE leader of Portsmouth City Council has called for improved signs on the M25.

Councillor Gerald Vernon-Jackson wrote to the Highways Agency saying there isn’t anything on the eastbound carriageway at junction 10 – where it meets with the A3 Portsmouth Road – which tells motorists they can travel to Portsmouth.

Cllr Vernon-Jackson said: ‘We are a major city and since the significant investment in the Hindhead tunnel, drive times to London have been significantly reduced.’