G7: Boris Johnson jets in to start work on Cornish renewables park

James Murray
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The Prime Minister with ScottishPower CEO Keith Anderson (far left) and members of the ScottishPower Renewables Carland Cross team / Credit: ScottishPower
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The Prime Minister with ScottishPower CEO Keith Anderson (far left) and members of the ScottishPower Renewables Carland Cross team / Credit: ScottishPower

On the eve of the crucial G7 Summit, the Prime Minister again underscored his support for a green recovery with a visit to a new wind and solar farm, but critics were more interested in how he got there

Boris Johnson may have sparked howls of social media outrage with his decision to fly from Stanstead to Cornwall, rather than take the train, but that did not stop him using the eve of the crucial G7 Summit...

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