Letter seen by Financial Times suggests UK environment minister Thérèse Coffey warned EU commissioner new rules should not impose 'disproportionate financial cost or technical burden' on coal industry
It appears the UK has joined Poland in lobbying the European Union to delay the introduction of tough new laws regulating pollution from the coal power industry. According to a letter first seen by...
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