UK ban on polluting cars by 2040 is just a cynical smokescreen

Reuters/Neil Hall Imagine you are UK environment minister Michael Gove, the person tasked with cleaning up the nation’s air pollution. Your country is bound by limits on air pollution levels set by the European Union, but many areas still breach these rules seven years after they came into force. Your government has been repeatedly ordered by the country’s Supreme Court to come up with a plan to fix this fast, yet you know your latest scheme is still inadequate. What to do?
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