I might drive a Diesel car but I am a fan of the idea of having a pollution free countryside. I don't like One Size Fits All policies such as blaming Diesels for everything that is wrong with our air quality. I have also acted for some individuals whose homes have been compulsorily purchased. Believe me it is far from a fair system. Ask anyone involved with HS2. So it is with some trepidation that I read this article. Isn't it the local government equivalent of using a sledge hammer to crack a nut? Or to put it another way, when you see a sign saying "road liable to flooding" don't you wonder if they have put the sign there because it was easier than sorting out the drainage problem? What we need is a sensible approach to what really causes air pollution not high taxes on fuel that previously was considered green fuel. I'm sure there are scientists who know about this sort of thing. Shouldn't we start listening to them?