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Barry launches campaign against proposals to end air quality monitoring

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On 17th July 2013 Barry launched a campaign against the government's proposals to end requirements that local authorities monitor and report on the air quality in their area which may lead to a rise in air pollution levels.

As Shadow Minister for the Natural Environment & Fisheries, Barry brought together a number of Labour MPs to raise awareness of the health implications of air pollution and to push the government to continue reporting on air pollution levels.

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