When Ken Livingstone announced the £25 daily levy on high-pollution vehicles entering the capital earlier this year, there was uproar from the Chelsea tractor brigade. Porsche was first to legally contest the ruling. Today, Johnson withdrew the proposal and a court ruled that Transport for London must pay the luxury car manufacturer’s court fees. By Transport for London, we mean (incidentally) “the taxpayer”. To read the pro-pollution charge side, try The Guardian.For an unbiased view, try The Times. Picture source
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