Barnet Conservatives are calling out Sadiq Khan for using air quality as an excuse to expand ULEZ and force drivers to 'pay per mile'.
Barnet Conservative leader, Cllr Dan Thomas, said,
"Barnet's air quality is good, nitrogen dioxide levels are well within national limits and air pollution is falling. We can always make improvements, but we don't need drastic measures that will cost more to drive to work. Barnet Conservatives are opposed to ULEZ expansion and pay per mile. Sadiq Khan's budgets are in a mess, he is using air quality as an excuse to raise extra cash from Barnet drivers.
"We are calling for a measured approach to improve air quality, such as continuing our policy to increase ownership of electric cars. We also need Sadiq Khan to reduce congestion by improving problem road junctions such as Mill Hill Circus".