From NOT A LOT OF PEOPLE KNOW THAT
By Paul Homewood
The BBC has been strangely silent about the EU’s u-turn on the banning of sales of new internal combustion engine cars.
The EU Parliament originally voted last year for the ban, which would take effect in 2035. However Germany and Italy led a rebellion to block the move, and demanded that ICEs should still be allowed so long as they were able to use “carbon neutral” e-fuels, as I noted last week.
The EU has now caved in to German demands, but curiously the BBC does not seem very keen for its readers to know!
I wonder why?
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