Labour's Darren Jones to chair Parliament's BEIS Committee

Michael Holder
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Long-standing advocate for climate action to lead Select Committee of MPs that will lead scrutiny of government's net zero policies and green recovery plans

Labour MP Darren Jones has been elected chair of the Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS) Select Committee, taking a key role in scrutinising the government's net zero policies as it embarks...

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