Motoring groups have condemned the government’s decision to cut subsidies for buying greener cars. From 9 November, grants for new plug-in hybrids will be scrapped, while discounts on all-electric cars will be cut from £4,500 to £3,500. Cash incentives have been offered since 2011 to help promote cleaner cars and meet emissions targets. The RAC and AA motoring groups said the change was a backward step, and the SMMT trade body called it “astounding”.
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Bakery giant Hovis has introduced its first all-electric vehicles into its UK delivery fleet in a bid to reduce air pollution in urban areas.
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