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Britain to impose petrol car ban by 2030 on road to net-zero emissions

Britain has moved forward with the petrol car ban by 2030 Image: REUTERS/John Sibley

Susanna Twidale

Journalist, Reuters

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The plan for petrol car ban also offers £582 million in grants for those buying zero or ultra-low emission vehicles. Image: Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders, October 2020

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