It remains full speed ahead for an Ellesmere Port factory's future of electric vehicle manufacturing, despite the Prime Minister's watering down of eco targets.

Last week PM Rishi Sunak came under fire for cutting and/or delaying a number of green initiatives, which included a delay on the incoming ban of new cars and vans running solely on petrol or diesel in the UK from 2030 to 2035.

Many car manufacturers have already made firm commitments to dates when they will have fully zero-emission cars, and among those is Stellantis, which operates the Ellesmere Port Vauxhall plant.

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