What would a 'no deal' Brexit mean for the green economy?

James Murray
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The government is facing calls to embrace a 'no deal' Brexit, but what would such a scenario mean for green businesses?

The unimaginable could yet happen. Over the past week what looks like a concerted campaign has been launched by some of the UK's most prominent Brexiteers to encourage the government to crash out of the...

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