Mayor Boris, bus emissions, and a lot of hot air

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Darren Johnson AM warns more robust testing is needed to assess whether the Mayor's new buses will be good for London

The Mayor claims the New Bus for London is the greenest in Europe. He might be right, he might not. My problem is that the more you research into the subject, the more you mistrust all the air pollution...

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