Record amounts of air pollution will continue to plague the Uk, specialists have warned.
A excellent storm of dust from the Sahara, emissions from the Continent, low south-easterly winds and domestic pollution has brought on air good quality to plummet and the smog-like conditions are not expected to clear right up until tomorrow.
Pollution levels have previously reached degree 9 (large) this morning in the South East, Better London and Eastern England, the Department for Setting, Foods and Rural Affairs (Defra) has reported on its site.
Defra ranks air pollution from a single to 10, with one getting the lowest and ten the highest.
These with lung and heart circumstances have been told to keep away from strenuous activity outside whilst men and women suffering signs of pollution – including sore eyes, coughs and sore throats – need to reduce down the sum they do outdoors, well being authorities explained.