Cameron warns climate change is one of biggest threats facing world

Jessica Shankleman
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Prime Minister and Labour leader battle it out over who is more committed to curbing greenhouse gas emissions

Prime Minister David Cameron has stressed that man-made climate change is one of the biggest threats Britain faces, providing the clearest indication to date that he is fully committed to ambitious measures...

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