Making sense of the solar feed-in tariff fiasco

James S Murray
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The early review of solar feed-in tariffs has left developers shocked and angry. James Murray tries to get to the bottom of the latest government U-turn

It is not exactly Watergate. In fact, given the Lib Dem's riot-inducing broken pledge on raising tuition fees and the manner in which the largest re-organisation of the NHS in a generation was preceded...

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