COP26: Labour hints it would replace Claire Perry O'Neill as UN Climate Summit President

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Claire Perry O'Neill's future as COP26 President looks set to rest on the outcome of the General Election | Credit: Tom Nicholson / Incisive Media
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Claire Perry O'Neill's future as COP26 President looks set to rest on the outcome of the General Election | Credit: Tom Nicholson / Incisive Media

EXCLUSIVE: Claire Perry O'Neill likely to be replaced as COP26 President under a Labour or Lib Dem government

A political row is brewing over who should chair next year's crucial UN Climate Summit in Glasgow, with Labour and the Lib Dems both likely to replace current COP26 President Claire Perry O'Neill if the...

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