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As of 16:00 02 Dec 2020
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As of 16:00 02 Dec 2020

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  1. Video content

    Video caption: Trump removes mask before facing cameras at factory

    The president says he didn't want to "give the press the pleasure of seeing" him in a face covering.

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    Video caption: 'If you enjoy games, play with a passion'

    After gamer Cammie unexpectedly won a competition, she was signed to Ford's esports racing team.

  3. The boss of Ford in Europe wants the government to reconsider plug-in hybrid ban

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    Video caption: The boss of Ford in Europe said a ban on plug-in hybrids by 2032 should be reconsidered
  4. Ready for the challenge?

    Today Programme

    BBC Radio 4

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    More on that ban on selling new petrol, diesel or hybrid cars in the UK being brought forward to 2035 at the latest.

    Stuart Rowley, president of Ford Europe, told the BBC's Today programme that infrastructure and consumer confidence in electric vehicles could be "barriers" to meeting the goal.

    He said: "What's going to be key to adoption is costumers having the confidence that they will be able to charge their vehicles, be able to use it."

    "There's going to have to be a huge amount of co-operation if we're really going to be able to make this transition."

    He added that Ford was in the middle of installing 1,000 charging stations at its office and industrial facilities.

  5. Ford: Government car target 'hugely ambitious'

    BBC Radio 5 Live

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    The UK's planned ban on sales of new petrol, diesel or hybrid cars could start as early as 2032, transport secretary Grant Shapps told the BBC yesterday.

    Stuart Rowley, president of Ford Europe, told Wake up to Money that it's a "hugely ambitious" target.

    Whether we are going to achieve 2035 or 2032, it’s going to require huge investment and for us to work together as an industry, the government, cities and consumers to make this transition.”

    "Obviously [2032] would mean going much quicker on our side to transform our fleet but just as importantly it’s the journey consumers need to go on.

    "Today, very few people have the ability to charge an electric vehicle whether at home or in public places so the investment and infrastructure is going to be critical. and requires government investment and for people to be able to charge in their homes."