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Peterborough 13 55 Showers Plymouth 11 52 Rain Rhyl 13 55 Rain Sheffield 11 52 Rain Southampton 13 55 Cloudy Swansea 11 52 Showers York 14 57 Rain Istanbul Jerusalem Jo'burg Kuwait London Los Angeles Luxor Should cars be banned from Manchester city centre for one day a month to cut pollution? ??SOUNDS like a gimmick, what is the point of one day a month? Phil Hine ??I'VE never heard a more stupid idea in my life Ric Ashworth-Lord ??HOW about getting your finger out Manchester city council and finish some of these never ending roadworks which cause 10 50 Sun 28 82 Sun 13 55 Sun 14 57 Cloudy 19 66 Fair 20 68 Sun Venice 9 Vienna 9 Warsaw 6 Washington 6 Wellington 20 Zurich 8 traffic jams and increase pollution. Or is that to simple so you target the easy option Lawrence Glendinning . ??EVERY day

Dave Wilkinson ??BAN cars altogether Nav Randhawa ??GIVE it a whirl... bicycle city Richard Head ??IT'S all well and good banning cars from the city centre for a day, but make Taiwan 42.06 dollars Thailand 45.91 Turkey 4.06 new United States 1.37 dollars *Rates for indication purposes 48 Fair 48 Rain 43 Cloudy 43 Fair 68 Cloudy 46 Cloudy sure that the public transport runs well & affordable. …

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