Coffey ‘very concerned’ about Birmingham’s clean air zone progress

Birmingham City Council is months behind schedule in developing its air quality plan, earning criticism from environment minister Thérèse Coffey

by Gareth Simkins
Environment minister Therese Coffey. Photograph: Official portrait
Environment minister Therese Coffey. Photograph: Official portrait

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