Theresa May: UK to complete Paris Agreement ratification by end of year

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Prime Minister tells UN General Assembly the UK will start its domestic ratification process and will 'continue to play our part in the international effort against climate change'

The UK has become the latest country to set a clear timeline for ratifying the Paris Agreement, after Prime Minister Theresa May used her first speech to the UN General Assembly to declare the government...

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