So potentially quite a dramatic shift in the future of motoring in the UK to come in over 20 years time.
I understand the phasing out of diesels after what's happened on that front in the last few years, but there should still be a place for petrol cars imo. Petrol/Electric car combos i.e. Hybrids are a perfect medium, compared to an all out electric.
The world is getting more towards Electric, but I imagine for many it's simply not going to be viable to be able to to afford to run an Electric car then, unless costs come down a lot more. Consumers should still be given a choice, rather than be limited to one type in the future.
Some will also argue of course that the actual process of building an electric car does more harm to the environment than a normal combustion car does in it's life.
I think they'd be better off just banning certain vehicle types in major cities and leave it at that to start off with.