Cannot find a link yet, sorry. But heard Baillieu on talkback commit to a review of the speed camera regime in Victoria. Don't get too excited - he says they will still have a place if his party wins government. He is saying the current way they are used is creating a lack of 'confidence' in the system. Of course a review can mean anything, too. It might (for example) conclude that the system is perfect and needs to be extended - who knows? Baillieu also stated he would NOT role back the government's introduction of 100+ new mobile cameras in the next few months, regardless of the outcome of the review. And the response from the beige brigade was predictable. Some callers were demanding truly massive increases in penalties for the smallest infractions. But hey, at least it's on the agenda and somebody has recognised it as an election issue.