Would banning diesel vehicles solve our air pollution problem?

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Would banning diesel vehicles solve our air pollution problem?

Banning diesel vehicles from the capital could be one way to solve our problem with air pollution. That's according to a new report by the London Assembly. Officials estimates say 3,000 deaths a year in the capital can be linked to poor air quality. Stephen Knight, from the London Assembly's environment committee joined Anthony Baxter to explain more.

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