CBI director general slams solar feed-in tariff 'own goal'

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John Cridland criticises government over shock changes to green policies

John Cridland, the director general of the CBI, has launched a scathing attack on the government's controversial plans to cut solar power feed-in tariffs, warning that it risks derailing the UK's nascent...

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