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Transport Select Committee Chair writes to Secretary of State and Paul Willis, Managing Director, Volkswagen UK
The Transport Select Committee are publishing letters that they have sent to the Secretary of State for Transport and Paul Willis, Managing Director of Volkswagen UK.
Mr Willis and the Secretary of State must now provide the answers that they were unable to give the Transport Select Committee when they appeared before it on 12 October.
I am also requesting information on the steady drip of new revelations that have been revealed since the Committee took evidence and asking what stance the UK government took in the recent EU negotiations than allow manufacturers to exceed current levels of NOx by 110 per cent.
I am asking the Secretary of State for Transport
I am asking Volkswagen UK
This is a still unfolding scandal with wide implications and it is important to have the answers to these questions.
The transport select committee is now deciding how to pursue this issue further.
Committee Membership is as follows:
Mrs Louise Ellman (Labour/Co-operative, Liverpool Riverside) (Chair); Robert Flello (Labour, Stoke-on-Trent South); Mary Glindon (Labour, North Tyneside); Karl McCartney (Conservative, Lincoln); Stewart Malcolm McDonald (SNP, Glasgow South); Mark Menzies, (Conservative, Fylde); Huw Merriman (Conservative, Bexhill and Battle); Will Quince (Conservative, Colchester); Iain Stewart (Conservative, Milton Keynes South); Graham Stringer (Labour, Blackley and Broughton); Martin Vickers (Conservative, Cleethorpes).
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