Has someone pulled the plug on The Power Line?

James S Murray
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Mysterious lobbying group touted by the Sunday Times as a major new player in the UK's energy policy landscape appears to have disappeared from view

What has happened to The Power Line group, which launched earlier this month with much media fanfare and a promise to shake up the UK's energy policy landscape? The website of The Power Line has now...

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