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Labour and Tory mayors unite to urge government to help make cities greener

Two of the country’s most important local government politicians shared a platform in The Times to press Westminster to do more to promote electric vehicles, public transport and walking and cycling.

Rik Thomas
25 October 2019
London`s Labour mayor Sadiq Khan and the West Midland`s Conservative mayor Andy Street collaborated in The Times to urge the Government to do more to help them reduce their areas` carbon emissions
London`s Labour mayor Sadiq Khan and the West Midland`s Conservative mayor Andy Street collaborated in The Times to urge the Government to do more to help them reduce their areas` carbon emissions

 

On 22nd October two of England’s most prominent elected mayors, Sadiq Khan (London and Labour) and Andy Street (West Midlands and Conservative), came together in a ‘Red Box’ column in The Times to urge the Government to do more to help decarbonise the country’s major conurbations. “Our cities are still too reliant on fossil fuels, with the consequences mounting,” Khan and Street began. “While some progress has been made, we need to be doing much more,...

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