London mayor opens up new front in war on city's air pollution

James Murray
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London mayor opens up new front in war on city's air pollution

New £11m fund to support London borough plans for car-free days, green taxi ranks, and new penalties for the most polluting vehicles

London mayor Sadiq Khan has today continued his high-profile push to improve the capital's air quality with the launch of an £11m fund designed to help tackle pollution hotspots. The fund will be shared...

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