The UK government will postpone the ban on the sale of new petrol- and diesel-engined cars from 2030 until 2035, prime minister Rishi Sunak has confirmed.

Sunak: net zero policies must be "proportionate and pragmatic"

The ban was due to come into force in 2030, although certain hybrid powertrains capable of 'significant zero-emission running' were to be allowed until 2035. But that date has now been pushed back so that all cars can be sold until 2035. It is part of a series of delays to key 'green' policies that Rishi Sunak has announced – although he said that the government is still committed to the UK reaching net zero carbon emissions by 2050.


Will the USA FOLLOW and push out their green mandate dates???

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