DECC signs off spending review plan that will result in cuts of around 10 per cent, but Defra reportedly refusing to find further savings
The Department of Energy and Climate Change (DECC) has agreed to slash its budget by around 10 per cent from April 2015, as part of the latest round of spending cuts announced today by the Treasury. ...
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The focus may have been on its Brexit projections, but as Madeleine Cuff argues the OBR's highlighting of climate risks demands attention from businesses and policymakers
Two of America's best-known detergent brands will now be available to US customers in reusable packaging
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