Scottish government to ban fossil fuel cars by 2032 under green policy programme

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The Scottish Government has unveiled a green focused legislative programme for 2017/18
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The Scottish Government has unveiled a green focused legislative programme for 2017/18

Legislative plan for 2018 majors on low carbon transition, including plans for UK's first bottle recycling deposit scheme, a National Investment Bank and a 2032 phase-out for petrol and diesel cars

The Scottish government has today unveiled its legislative plans for the next year, featuring a major low carbon economy focus on electric vehicles, renewable energy, recycling schemes and green investment....

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