Cameron signs up Tesco and M&S to lead green home push

James S Murray
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High Street names reportedly lined up to provide green home makeovers from " day one" of a Conservative government

David Cameron has today fleshed out Conservative plans for a national £20bn programme of green home makeovers, revealing that Tesco and Marks & Spencers have agreed to play a central role in implementing...

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