UK100 calls for clean air fund to tackle air pollution

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The UK100 group of local government leaders called for a £1.5 billion clean air fund to tackle vehicle pollution. The group, which includes the Mayors of major UK cities, propose using the fund to subsidise between £2,000 and £6,000 off the cost of low-emission vehicles for low income residents and small businesses along with schemes to increase the utilization of public transport. The UK100 call for the government to contribute £1 billion to the fund, with the remaining £500 million to be contributed by the private sector.

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