A motorist who mounted legal proceedings against a private parking firm has lost the case at The Supreme Court
The owners of nearly 1.2 million cars in the UK have been told their diesel vehicles contain emissions cheating software
Motorists won't have to pay more in road tax if their vehicles are fitted with software used to cheat emissions tests
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