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Morally and legally, the UK government has failed us on air pollution | James Thornton

A lack of urgency and failure to tackle illegal levels of nitrogen dioxide is why ClientEarth is taking the UK government back to court this week No less than 17 years have passed since new rules were approved in the UK to save thousands of lives by limiting deadly air pollution in our towns and cities. Pollution is the “invisible killer” because, for the most part, it goes unseen.
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