Boris Johnson urges push for 'greener, cleaner and more resilient future' post-pandemic

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Boris Johnson posted a photo of him with Sir David Attenborough to mark World Environment Day today | Credit: Number 10
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Boris Johnson posted a photo of him with Sir David Attenborough to mark World Environment Day today | Credit: Number 10

Business Secretary Alok Sharma also calls for 'global green recovery' as top government figures offer further signs the green economy could be set to benefit in economic stimulus plans

Top government figures have offered yet further strong signals that they view boosting the green economy as a top priority for the UK's Covid-19 recovery strategy, with Boris Johnson today urging investment...

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