Kent Online
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A busy road has reopened several hours after a two-vehicle crash left diesel spilled across the carriageway.
Autocar
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Daily Express - Cars
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WITH the government planning to introduce a diesel scrappage scheme, which could see diesel cars banned in the UK, many drivers will be forced to buy a hybrid or electric car.
Sky News
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People have died because of diesel pollution which was a direct result of coming from them and we are one of 28 members, that's the problem, we cannot amend this legislation. we going live to the opening of the child abuse inquiry.
Sky News
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When there was a massive expansion of diesel cars, what policymakers across the European Union didn't realise what the damaging effects of nitrogen dioxide and just how that into place of human health. The issue is we're going to keep making cars, hope that we sell to the EU, and we going to keep buying cars, hopefully to the EU Solis has to be tackled on a European and global level -- so this has to be tackled.
Sky News
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Environmental pollution. It seems that diesel cars which were pushed by the European Union are disastrous for our atmosphere, so will coming of the European Union meeting of sensible rules about the atmosphere? And injured about air pollution is we will have no mechanism to enforce it and make the Government adhere to the targets.
Kent Online
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A busy road is blocked after a two-vehicle crash which left diesel spilled across the carriageway.
Auto Express
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Phys.Org
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Volkswagen bounced back into the black in 2016 after suffering a loss the previous year due to the diesel emissions scandal, according to figures released by the German automaker Friday.
Lancashire Telegraph
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DRIVERS should think ‘long and hard’ before buying a diesel car, according to transport secretary Chris Grayling.
Plymouth Herald
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Autocar
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It will be launched with the Ford-built V6s currently used in the range but they will be replaced later by Ingenium in-line six-cylinder petrol and diesel engines. A plug-in hybrid based on the 295bhp four-cylinder Ingenium petrol engine is also expected. The model extends the ‘Luxurypillar of Land Rover’s three-pronged vehicle strategy, alongside the other Range Rover models. The ‘Leisurepillar includes the Discovery and Discovery Sport and the ‘Dual-purposepillar will remain dormant until the next Defender arrives in 2019 . Jaguar I-Pace's cockpit sets template for Jaguars and Land Rovers Based on the official image in this story, the cockpit design seen in the Jaguar I-Pace will be closely replicated in the Velar. The I-Pace, which is a template for the future of Jaguar Land Rover interiors, uses three display screens. The primary interface is a 12.
Beijing Bulletin
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Channel4 News
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For pupils at more then 800 schools there's no such thing as a breath of fresh air. That's because a new study says schools across London are exposed to illegal levels of air pollution which could permanently damage their health. The city's mayor Sadiq Khan has planned a range of measures including a toxicity tax on the most polluting cars. But owners of diesel cars say they are being blamed for a problem created by the government.
BBC News - Politics
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The transport secretary suggests drivers should try to buy the least polluting vehicles possible.
Evening Standard
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Drivers should think long and hard before buying a diesel car, the Transport Secretary has said.
Mondoweiss
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Autocar
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0-litre diesel and petrol engines. The 2.4-litre D5 engine from the current XC60 will likely be discontinued as Volvo moves to downsize its powerplant range. The brand’s T5 three-cylinder hybrid system, although not yet confirmed, is also likely to feature in the new XC60. It will be shared with the XC40 , which sits below the XC60 in Volvo’s growing SUV range. Following the XC60’s reveal next month it will go on sale priced from around £35,000, which aligns it closely with its main rivals, the BMW X3 and Audi Q5 .
Autocar
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New clip shows folding roof mechanism of upcoming drop-top; Autocar has already sampled it from the passenger seat The 2017 Mercedes-Benz E-Class Cabriolet has been previewed in a clip showing its folding roof mechanism. The clip shows how the fabric top folds away in a single motion, finishing beneath a rear cover, which itself folds down as a single part. Autocar sampled a prototype (pictured) of the luxurious four-seat drop-top earlier this year from the passenger seat. The new car is larger than its predecessor, offering more cabin space. The final version is expected to get a more powerful version of the firm's turbocharged 2.0-litre four-cylinder petrol engine with 242bhp in an E 300 Cabriolet, a turbocharged 3.0-litre petrol V6 with 328bhp in an E 400 Cabriolet, and a 191bhp 2.0-litre diesel in an entry-level E 220 d Cabriolet. All E-Class Cabriolet models will come with a nine-speed automatic gearbox.
Top Speed
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Sky News
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What is on the list? Have forgot Brexit on this list? We are going to talk about tea parties. Donald Trump is there so it will get exciting. First, let's just remind you what on the front pages of those papers.. Motorists are being warned to reconsider buying a diesel car as a study reveals that children in London are routinely bringing in.
Sky News
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We are urging the government to get rid of diesel by at least 2025, we want to see a new clean air act. We need to see clean air zones across most of the big UK cities. Where air pollution is over legal limits and we need to bring it down fast.
Sky News
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Meanwhile the Transport Secretary has suggested drivers "think long and hard" about buying high polluting diesel cars. Sky's Laura Bundock reports. It's the invisible threat to us all but a new report finds tens of thousands of children are breathing in illegally high levels of toxic air pollution while at school.
STV
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To tackle this, it has committed to reducing the sales of electric cars by 9% by 2020. -- increasing. But there is a fundamental problem. It is wrong to say that diesel, or to demonise diesel and diesel drivers. It is actually far more practical for those doing long journeys, heavy journeys and obviously business, UK business runs on diesel.