As British officials confirm they have made 22 arrests, reports claim pan-European fraud has centred on lax Danish carbon registry
Fresh details have emerged about the wide-ranging carbon fraud investigation that resulted in raids across Europe last week, after British officials confirmed that 22 people have now been arrested in connection...
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