UK: DEFRA clouds darken over diesels in UK cities
Diesel car owners are likely to face more restrictions on driving in city centres, under government plans to improve air quality, a media report said. New 'clean air zones' charging or even banning the most polluting vehicles are likely to be needed in six English cities that are projected to fail EU air quality standards by 2020, the Daily Telegraph reported, citing a new strategy paper from the Department of Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (DEFRA).
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