Everyone is debating the Rishi Sunak U-turn on banning combustion car sales by 2030. The key word he used in is speech was 'leading' where he suggested that UK was ahead in this 2030 move. FALSE! He should get out more to find that Norway, a small country with lots of fossil resources they could use in vehicles, is way ahead of UK in electric car use. Whereas UK has about 2% penetration of electric cars, Norway is around 50% of battery cars. Also both Norway and Netherlands are leading the ban on combustion car sales by aiming for 2025, miles in front of Rishi Sunak and his miserable plan. The key point is that electric cars in Norway are cheaper than combustion cars, so the Sunak idea that citizens will lose money is a sham. All car manufacturers recognise that the electric car is essentially simpler and cheaper than existing combustion cars, but do not want to shut their existing car factories, action which could be both risky and costly.