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The ban was proposed based on flawed and incomplete data and would also have been illegal under EU law. 08th October 2020
The ICCRA is calling on the Green Party & the Govt. to respond to compelling evidence that Ireland will miss its emission targets for cars
Denis Murphy ICCRA in conversation with Fran Curry on Tipp Today regarding the upcoming budget VRT & the effects on the car market.
The ICCRA is calling on the Minister for Finance, Paschal Donohoe TD to make new cars affordable. September 17th, 2020