Mercedes-Benz could face legal battle with British drivers over diesel emissions

Cecilia Keating
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Mercedes-Benz could face legal battle with British drivers over diesel emissions

Law firm claims individual drivers could receive as much as £10,000 in damages, but German parent company Daimler has promised to "vigorously defend" itself against any group action.

Up to one million Mercedes-Benz drivers in Britain could have been unknowingly releasing illegal levels of emissions into the air after the German carmaker allegedly installed devices in diesel vehicles...

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