Diesels in London face parking charge hike

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Diesel drivers now have to pay more to drive AND park in London | Credit: Davide D'Amico
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Diesel drivers now have to pay more to drive AND park in London | Credit: Davide D'Amico

New Islington scheme means two London boroughs now have a parking surcharge in place for diesel vehicles

Drivers of the most polluting diesels already face steep congestion charges to enter London's city centre, and now they will also have to pay more to park across two central boroughs. Islington Council...

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