Lib Dems accuse Tories of 'shocking hypocrisy' over leaking of air quality plan

James Murray
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Lib Dems accuse Tories of 'shocking hypocrisy' over leaking of air quality plan

Sarah Olney accuses Conservatives of treating voters with 'utter contempt' by trying to delay air quality plan due to purdah and then leaking details of plan before local elections

The Liberal Democrats have today accused the Conservatives of engaging in "shocking hypocrisy", after first arguing the imminent draft Air Quality Plan should be delayed until after the election before...

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