Britain to ban sales of petrol, diesel-fuelled cars from 2040


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  • Wednesday, 26 Jul 2017

LONDON: Britain’s government will announce on Wednesday that it will ban the sale of petrol- and diesel-fuelled cars from 2040 when all vehicles must be fully electric as part of a plan to clean up air pollution, newspapers reported on Tuesday.

The reported move follows a similar announcement earlier this month by the French government.

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