Four committees relaunch air quality inquiry

An unprecedented joint inquiry into government policy on air pollution has been resumed following the general election

Policies to support diesel are at the heart of modern air pollution woes. Photograph: Robert Hoetink/123RFFour parliamentary committees have agreed to restart their inquiry into the government’s efforts to control air pollution.

The Environmental Audit Committee (EAC), alongside its counterparts covering Environment Food and Rural Affairs, Health and Transport Committees, made the announcement on 9 October. Their work had kicked off on 20 March but was curtailed due to the general election.

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