Labour promises to introduce 'guiding mind' for UK energy infrastructure

James Murray

Opposition says new Energy Security Board would ensure energy policy is 'guided by a long-term, expert and impartial perspective on the security of our energy supplies'

Labour has revealed further details about its proposed Energy Security Board, detailing how the new body will be put on a statutory footing and will be charged with ensuring UK energy supplies remain secure...

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