Transport secretary to enforce car CO2 standards after Brexit

Enforcing carbon dioxide standards for cars will fall to the secretary of state if the UK leaves the EU without a deal, transport secretary Chris Grayling has said

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Grayling could enforce CO2 standards post Brexit

Enforcing carbon dioxide standards for cars will fall to the secretary of state if the UK leaves the EU without a deal, transport secretary Chris Grayling has said.

The revelation came in response to a written question by Labour MP Matthew Pennycook, who asked which body was planned to enforce CO2 standards for cars after Brexit, and whether there would be any role for the proposed new environmental watchdog.

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