Autumn Budget: The green progress checklist

James Murray
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The Budget briefcase
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The Budget briefcase

It is shaping up to be a pretty green budget, but will Philip Hammond deliver on its promise?

The signs are that the Chancellor's red box could contain some welcome surprises for the green economy. With Michael Gove trying to reinvent himself as the most progressive Environment Secretary in...

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