Labour: 'This election is our last chance to tackle the climate emergency'

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Labour is promising a 'Green Industrial Revolution' if elected to government in December
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Labour is promising a 'Green Industrial Revolution' if elected to government in December

Party launches stinging attack on Conservatives' green record, as government misses a parliamentary deadline to come forward with a climate emergency plan

Labour has fired the starting gun on its General Election campaign with a fierce attack on the Conservative Party's green record, claiming the government has failed to bring forward plans to tackle the...

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