Spending Round: Green economy reacts

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The Spending Round covers only the next year of spending by the government
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The Spending Round covers only the next year of spending by the government

All the reaction from across the green economy on the government's public spending plans

The Chancellor of the Exchequer Sajid Javid today unveiled the government's spending plans for the next year, including more money for policing, education, and hospitals. His headline announcement...

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