Doctors urge government to act on air quality

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Doctors urge government to act on air quality

A campaign group made up of medics have handed a "prescription" to the government - calling for cleaner air in the capital.

Doctors Against Diesel want Ministers to increase measures to reduce toxic emissions.

They say the health of children is being directly impacted by air quality. 

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