Is Jeremy Corbyn a blessing or a curse for green businesses?

James S Murray
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Corbyn's victory presents a big challenge for green businesses and investors, as well as those political centrists who want to build a low carbon economy

As everyone thought, the unthinkable happened. The Labour Party is now led by a happily unreconstructed socialist and after a pretty chaotic 48 hours he has appointed a shadow cabinet that, for all the...

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