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London embassies owe £58m in unpaid congestion charges

Foreign embassies owe £58m in London congestion charges since the scheme's 2003 launch, says the Foreign Office. US diplomats are the worst offenders, having built up outstanding fines of over £6m, according to figures released in a written Commons statement. The US has long maintained that diplomatic immunity exempts it from paying the congestion charge.

Foreign Secretary William Hague said that a total of 64 diplomatic missions owe more than £100,000 in congestion charges. The top three are...

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