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He added: “In 2015 for the East Bergholt camera there were 1,500 or so but in 2017 there were 4,000 so I’ll be looking into this and the January figure.

“We have to continue putting the message across that excess speed can kill.” News of this latest data comes soon after an Army captain was spared a driving ban despite clocking 130mph on the A12 at Dedham in Essex.

James Golding, 26 and of Upminster, east London, received six points on his licence after Ipswich magistrates heard he needed to keep his licence for an upcoming deployment.

He added: “I totally fail to understand why so many drivers continue to have such contempt and disregard for the speed limits which we must all remember are there for a purpose – to try and prevent serious injuries and fatalities on Suffolk’s roads.

“To see over 1,000 offences in a single month is deeply disturbing and while this should not be looked at in isolation, it is nevertheless a huge number of offences.

He added: “In 2015 for the East Bergholt camera there were 1,500 or so but in 2017 there were 4,000 so I’ll be looking into this and the January figure.“We have to continue putting the message across that excess speed can kill.” News of this latest data comes soon after an Army captain was spared a driving ban despite clocking 130mph on the A12 at Dedham in Essex.James Golding, 26 and of Upminster, east London, received six points on his licence after Ipswich magistrates heard he needed to keep his licence for an upcoming deployment.He added: “I totally fail to understand why so many drivers continue to have such contempt and disregard for the speed limits which we must all remember are there for a purpose – to try and prevent serious injuries and fatalities on Suffolk’s roads.“To see over 1,000 offences in a single month is deeply disturbing and while this should not be looked at in isolation, it is nevertheless a huge number of offences.Journey times are representative of journeys made by car unless stated otherwise and may vary according to travel conditions and time of day.