#LoveCleanAir: Pollution campaigners launch Valentine's call for vehicle scrappage scheme

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 Defra Secretary Michael Gove will face calls to launch a scrappage scheme for vehicles to curb air pollution today
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Defra Secretary Michael Gove will face calls to launch a scrappage scheme for vehicles to curb air pollution today

Mayor of London Sadiq Khan increases diesel scrappage scheme funding, as calls grow for national programme to take most polluting cars off the streets

Campaigners and politicians will today confront government ministers with a Valentine's-themed message urging them to #LoveCleanAir and launch a major nationwide scrappage scheme to force dirty cars off...

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