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Lawyers have urged Volkswagen to “come clean” over which cars in Britain have been affected by the emissions testing scandal.
Angela Merkel’s coalition stands accused of being 'in bed' with the German car industry
Tuscany. The Western Cape, South Africa. Berlin. Sardinia. Morocco. The Black Sea coast of Turkey. Arizona. Crete. New York. Geneva. Paris. Milan. Barcelona. Iceland ….
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
Hit a turbocharger and the standard 261bhp will go up to 287bhp
Volkswagen has said 11 million cars are affected
The Vehicle Certification Agency will conduct the probe in the UK
Transport Secretary says move is to ensure the issue of emissions cheating was not industry-wide
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
The UK Transport Secretary says move is to ensure the issue of emissions cheating was not industry-wide
The UK regulator, the Vehicle Certification Agency, has said it will work with car makers to re-run lab tests in the UK
Volkswagen will reportedly fire three more executives on Friday.
Martin Winterkorn says he is shocked by the revelations
Volkswagen has admitted using software to rig the results of its diesel emissions tests
Alexander Dobrindt, the German transport minister, has denied the claims
The civil lawsuit has reportedly been filed against the company as its share price plummeted due to the current emissions scandal