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A ban on petrol and diesel? Don’t make me laugh

Don’t believe the conspiracy mongers: clean technology just isn’t available yet

30th July, 2017

Y ou probably didn’t escape the furore surrounding news from Britain this week that the British government is proposing to completely ban the sale of new petrol and diesel cars from 2040. Many outlets didn’t look into the proposal in any depth and assumed it meant all new cars being sold in Britain from that date would have to be electric. That’s despite the authorities clarifying the situation by saying that it applies to purely...

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