'The invisible killer': air pollution prompts calls for Manchester congestion zone

Thousands of people could have their lives cut short in Greater Manchester in the next 100 years because of air pollution.

That's according to the institute of Public Policy Research, who are calling for the introduction of a congestion charge in Manchester to tackle the problem.

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A new report into air pollution in Manchester has prompted calls for the city to consider introducing a congestion zone.

The Institute for Public Policy Research says the "invisible killer" of air pollution is on a par with London.

But could charging people to bring vehicles into the city be a solution?

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