Green Brexit: What the hell happens now?

Michael Holder
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BusinessGreen rounds up the crucial green questions and issues which will need resolving before the UK exits the EU at the end of 2020

After midnight tonight, without a single bong of Big Ben to mark the occasion, the UK will officially leave the European Union. Whichever side of the remain-leave fence you sit, the one thing everyone...

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