Exclusive: UK could face EU fines for "massaging" London's pollution data

Jessica Shankleman
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European Commission also preparing to sue UK over NO2 as part of air quality crackdown

The European Commission is considering fresh legal action over the UK's pollution problem following allegations London officials "massaged" air quality data last year in order to avoid hefty fines...

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