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Inside the industry: Why aren't politicians leading by example?

1 month ago   |   By Autocar

A recent investigation revealed only two UK ministers were running electric cars
What is it they say about leading by example? As a recent BBC investigation revealed, when it comes to electric cars, our politicians are rather keener to promote the uptake than spend their own money on it.
The BBC found just two takers: Conservative MP Grant Schapps, a Tesla Model 3 owner, and Labour's Ed Milliband, who has committed to leasing one.
Boris Johnson? An aged diesel-powered Toyota Previa. Keir Starmer? A mild-hybrid Toyota CH-R. This isn't a party political broadcast, but it is a personal...
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