London’s air pollution at centre of commons debate

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London’s air pollution at centre of commons debate

Air pollution is a silent killer stalking our streets.

That's the view of Labour MP Diane Abbott - who was the driving force behind a commons debate on air quality in the capital today.

The Mayoral candidate said it is "completely unacceptable" that London's air is the filthiest of any European capital, and has called on the government to do more to tackle it.

Vanessa Baffoe went to find out more. 

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