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Millions of people in the UK must travel to GP surgeries in areas with 'toxic' air pollution

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Millions of people in the UK must travel to GP surgeries in areas with 'toxic' air pollutionA third of people in England are registered at surgeries in areas of high pollution, a report from UK100 found. London is worst affected with 75% of patients affected, and 100% in some areas.
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