The Government continues with warm words on the issue of air quality, but until we have action to match them, more will continue to die prematurely, says Barry Sheerman MP.
Throughout my career as a Member of Parliament, I have been a passionate campaigner for the environment and I believe that people across the country, no matter our political differences, believe that there is an inalienable right to breathe clean, safe air. But it is a salient question to ask, given the level of toxic air pollution in our urban areas, is this right really universal?
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