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The Committee held evidence sessions on 12 October 2015 and 25 January 2016.
A follow-up session was held on 20 February 2017.
The Transport Committee took evidence from Volkswagen representatives and others when the emissions scandal first came to light. The Committee will follow up with Volkswagen and the Minister of State for Transport on progress made in fixing affected vehicles and ensuring appropriate redress for drivers.
Read all transcripts, written evidence and other material related to the Volkswagen Group emissions violations inquiry.
Transport Committee questions Paul Willis, Managing Director of Volkswagen UK, on the emissions scandal
The Transport Committee heard evidence on Volkswagen and emissions on 12 October 2015. This evidence raised questions about the arrangements for type approval and in particular the current drive cycle used during such tests.
The Transport Committee questions Volkswagen Group and the Transport Minister about progress made in addressing the Volkswagen emissions scandal and the wider issue of diesel emissions.