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Khan denies he'll introduce 'pay per mile' if re-elected

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Khan denies he'll introduce 'pay per mile' if re-elected

Khan denies he'll introduce 'pay per mile' if re-elected

London Mayor Sadiq Khan has denied he will introduce 'pay per mile' road charging in the capital were he to be elected for a third term.

Instead, he said he wants to continue to improve public transport in the capital - starting with ensuring all buses across the network were zero emission.

Report by Alibhaiz.

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