Your guide to the green promises in Labour's election manifesto

Madeleine Cuff
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Labour has promised to create a million green jobs
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Labour has promised to create a million green jobs

Labour today unveiled its most radical policy platform in decades - but can it catalyse green investors and businesses to drive the net zero transition?

In the face of a Conservative government willing to turn on the spending taps once more, the Labour Party has not shied away from presenting its own far-ranging spending programme, today vowing to mobilise...

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