Research: 3.1 million school children in England exposed to harmful air pollution

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London Mayor calls for increased air pollution measures as new analysis reveals that London school children are four times more likely to be exposed to PM2.5

Millions of children are attending schools in areas of England which suffer from dangerously high levels of particle pollution, with pupils in London particularly at risk, according to analysis released...

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