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August 07, 2008

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Mr. Stop Boris

You might want to revisit your post title - it sounds from the full article like the ten hydrogen buses are the only part of the plan that *isn't* on hold. It's the other sixty planned hydrogen vehicles for other parts of the public sector that are being shelved, presumably because those aren't as well known and high profile and are therefore able to be dropped without attracting adverse media attention.

OneHopeOneChoice

Sorry, "a poor response from vehicle manufacturers?"

What happened to the various Hydrogen bus manufacturers who have done so well in Germany and, latterly, Iceland?

I'll be interested in what the follow-up stories to this have to say, because this sounds very suspicious at the moment.

Tom

"I'll be interested in what the follow-up stories to this have to say, because this sounds very suspicious at the moment."

I'm working on it...

MichaelH

"a poor response from vehicle manufacturers?"

Will they use this excuse for BoZo's Son-of-Routemaster competition?

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