2 million Londoners living in illegal levels of toxic air according to new research

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2 million Londoners living in illegal levels of toxic air according to new research

New research suggests more than two million Londoners are living in areas with illegal levels of toxic air.

The findings come with the launch of a new public awareness campaign offering people a chance to see how bad the situation is where they live.

The online rating system uses scientific data, with those behind it saying it could have an impact on house prices as potential buyers will be able to check for pollution before they make an offer. 

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