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Car buyers should have 'long, hard think' about diesel
The transport secretary has said drivers considering buying diesel cars should take a "long, hard think". Chris Grayling made the remarks to the Daily Mail, which said the government was considering a scrappage scheme for older diesel cars.
Transport Secretary Chris Grayling warns Londoners to think twice about buying ...  
Chris Grayling advises motorists to 'think hard' before buying diesel  
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