Green Party eyes extensive 'Right to Repair' law to fight "throwaway society"

Michael Holder
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Green Party wants to extend repairability requirements | Credit: Apple
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Green Party wants to extend repairability requirements | Credit: Apple

Co-leader Sian Berry claims 'none of the other parties are even talking about' circular economy issues during General Election campaign

The Green Party has said it would force manufacturers to ensure their products work "for years after purchase" by establishing a comprehensive 'Right to Repair' law in the UK. The proposals are part...

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