Labour-run cities pledge to source 100 per cent green energy by 2050

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Edinburgh, Newcastle and Leeds among more than 50 UK cities to promise to source increasing levels of green power

Many of Britain's largest cities have signed a pledge to slash carbon emissions by 2050 by sourcing 100 per cent green energy, in a move designed to highlight Labour's commitment to accelerating the transition...

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