Budget: Chancellor urged to retain and strengthen carbon price floor

James Murray
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'If the government is serious about its commitment to the Paris Agreement, now is not the time to consider lowering carbon prices, indeed it suggests they should be increased'

A coalition of green groups has this week written to Chancellor Philip Hammond urging him to ignore calls to axe the UKs carbon price floor and instead consider increasing the tax to guard against a revival...

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