Tory members back stronger green energy policies, as Sunak cools on heat pumps

Michael Holder
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Credit: Number 10

Credit: Number 10

Polling points to strong support for insulation, onshore wind and greener home standards within Party, placing pressure on Truss and Sunak to join them

As Conservative Party members begin casting their crucial votes from next week that will determine who becomes Britain's next Prime Minister, fresh poll findings released today reveal strong support across...

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