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What should we do about diesels? Should we listen to the UK Government, which is lining up to introduce a diesel tax tomorrow, and buy fewer of them?

Or should we continue buying diesels new in large numbers as we have done over the past 30 years? Should we defend them, spurn them, ban them from big cities or remove them from the road altogether? Is their proven low CO2 output vital in our fight to reduce greenhouse gases, or are their particulates and nitrogen oxides (NOx) so harmful – as an increasing body of research seems to show – that they should be removed from sale altogether?



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Is It Time To Throw In The Towel On The Diesel?

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