Green Deal axe: The reaction

James S Murray
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"It's a scandal that Ministers are evading parliamentary scrutiny in such a cowardly fashion"

The government yesterday continued its roll back of the previous administration's enivornmental policies, announcing it will not extend a new loan facility to the Green Deal Finance Company, effectively...

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