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European car emissions vote: Greenpeace response

Last edited 14 October 2013 at 5:38pm
14 October, 2013

In response Ed Davey's decision to support the German proposal to block lower emissions at the meeting of European Committee of the Council of Ministers, Greenpeace chief scientist Dr Doug Parr said:

“Any claim by the Liberal Democrats that they are a moderating influence on the coalition’s environmental vandalism has been well and truly exposed as total cobblers after Ed Davey supported German proposals that would have seen a gradual reduction in car emissions by 2020 - a policy that the coalition was supporting only three months ago. 

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