Election 2017: UKIP vows to repeal Climate Change Act

James Murray
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Party manifesto reiterates opposition to climate action and renewable energy, but promises support for electric vehicles

The general election campaign restarted today following the terrorist atrocity in Manchester with the launch of the UKIP manifesto. The party reiterated its position as the only main party to fully...

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