Half of shoppers support carbon tax on harmful products

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Government would consider tax on products that damage the environment after survey signals widespread public backing for idea

A carbon tax on environmentally damaging products could have popular support, a survey released today indicates. According to the survey of 2,000 people from environmental consultancy AEA, 51 per cent...

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