Government launches £260m Clean Air Fund

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Government launches £260m Clean Air Fund

But latest move from Defra disappoints campaigners by failing to move forward with plans for nationwide diesel scrappage scheme

The government official launched its £220m Clean Air Fund to help local authorities cut air pollution across the UK late last week. But it disappointed campaigners by failing to move forward with plans...

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