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Analysis: Issue 494 15 May 2008

Emissions-based C-charging first casualty as Johnson takes the reins

Owners of vehicles with high carbon dioxide emissions were among the most immediate beneficiaries of Boris Johnson's election as London's mayor, with the Conservative candidate committed to scrapping Ken Livingstone's plans for an emissions-based congestion charge.

Johnson's election also sparked immediate speculation about who will take the big transport jobs in his administration. Unlike Livingstone, Johnson is not expected to chair Transport for London himself and former Tory transport...

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