Channel 4 to host first ever leaders debate on climate change

Madeleine Cuff
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Leaders of Labour, Liberal Democrat, Green Party and SNP have all promised to attend, but no word on whether Prime Minister Boris Johnson will take part

Channel 4 is waiting to hear whether the Prime Minister Boris Johnson will take part in the UK's first ever Leaders Debate on climate change, announced by the broadcaster yesterday. The broadcaster had...

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