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Does London have a lockdown pollution legacy?

London enjoyed low pollution levels during lockdown as the number of vehicles in the city and planes over the capital reduced.

But now restrictions are easing, parents of children with respiratory illnesses along with scientists fear toxic air will soon be back.

Could the capital learn lessons from the experience to prevent pollution going back up to pre-lockdown levels?

Video by Gem O'Reilly and Neal Mackintosh.

  • 01 Jul 2020