London joins Breath life campaign to tackle air pollution and improve road safety

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London joins Breath life campaign to tackle air pollution and improve road safety

Every Londoner lives in an area which exceeds the recommended limits for the most dangerous toxic air particle. That's according to research released today by the Mayor.

Sadiq Khan says the study also shows that 95 percent of the capital's population, that's almost 8 million people, live with air that breaches World Health Organisation guidelines for the PM2.5 pollutant by 50 percent or more.

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