Angela Merkel’s coalition stands accused of being 'in bed' with the German car industry
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The person best placed to know runs a company that has tested 90 per cent of the UK’s new cars - VW wasn’t alone, he believes
Former transport minister claims Mr Cameron buckled to pressure from German Chancellor to delay new emissions limits
The car company was responding to the claims in German trade magazine Auto Bild
The German car giant may have used highly sophisticated software to cheat in emissions tests, but other car and truck makers have been prosecuted for their ‘defeat devices’ ever since traffic pollution first became an issue
The fallout from the emissions scandal will be severe for the Wolfsburg giant
Volkswagen scandal: Angela Merkel's government accused of being 'in bed' with the German car industry
Green politician says government deliberately ignored EU demands to outlaw controversial computer software
Carder's $50,000 study produced early evidence that Volkswagen was cheating on US vehicle emissions tests
US drivers were asked to go to a dealer for a software update
'I am worried about the future, because the situation is changing every hour – we fear for our jobs'
Martin Winterkorn says he is shocked by the revelations
Some 50,000 people in the UK suffer premature deaths because of nitrogen oxide emitted by diesel vehicles
Here are the latest updates:
- VW chief Martin Winterkorn resigns
- The damage runs deep as car giant pollutes its reputation
- These are the Volkswagen cars affected
- The other scandal to hit Volkswagen this year
- Volkswagen sets aside €6.5 billion to win back trust
- Shares dive €15bn after the revelations
- Volkswagen Q&A: what is the emissions scandal and how should drivers react?
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Volkswagen have a lot to answer for