The sale of new diesel and petrol cars and vans will be banned in the UK from 2040.
The government announced the deadline as part of £3 billion plans to cut illegal levels of air pollution that include scrappage schemes and potential "clean air zones" that could see charges for heavy polluting vehicles.
Environment Secretary Michael Gove said the government wanted to help the car industry "do the right thing".
We asked what you thought of the change.
Peterborough's former MP has been appointed the Brexit Secretary's chief of staff.Read the full story ›
The boss of the region's ambulance service declared the trust "is not going into special measures" as it faces the prospect of a £3m fine.Read the full story ›
The driver of this car had a very lucky escape after emerging from this crash with no major injuries.
Cambridgeshire Fire and Rescue crews were called to Histon, near Cambridge, in the early hours of this morning (Wednesday).
The driver, whose car collided with the side of a lorry, was cut out of the vehicle.
Cambridgeshire police say they're cracking down on organised crime gangs trying to operate in the area. The force says criminals from big cities, mainly London, often use local people to extend their drug dealing into new areas.
A new system is being introduced to warn youngsters from wandering onto railway lines at level crossings while distracted by their mobile phones. Figures show that young people are more likely to have a near miss at a level crossing during the summer. There has been 126 incidents at Littleport near Ely in just one year.
The threat of closure to some of Cambridgeshire's children's centres prompted a visit from the Liberal Democrats' new leader Sir Vince Cable.
The county council is consulting on plans to scrap 19 centres across the county in the hope of saving a million pounds.
One of them is the Romsey Mill children's centre where the Lib Dem leader was today.
Watch what Sir Vince had to say about those plans - and his party's chances in the region - by clicking the link above.
It was just an-udder normal day for fire crews in Cambridgeshire as they rescued this trapped calf.
The animal managed to get itself caught on a gate yesterday.
As the rescue crew work to free it, a watching crowd of cattle did not look amoooosed...
Hundreds of young sailors are taking to the water in Cambridgeshire this week for the annual national youth regatta.Read the full story ›
Exclusive figures obtained by ITV News Anglia have revealed a sharp rise in hate crime across the region.Read the full story ›