Navigating the green levy battleground

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As the media frenzy over energy bills shows no signs of waning, businesses will be keeping a close eye on the potential policy implications

Earlier this week, Energy and Climate Change Secretary Ed Davey set about quietly preparing his defence ahead of the latest push from Chancellor George Osborne to dilute the government's green policies....

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