Reports: Boris Johnson preps wave of net zero announcements

James S Murray
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Boris Johnson launching COP26 at the Science Musem
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Boris Johnson launching COP26 at the Science Musem

A major programme of tax breaks and infrastructure investment is being considered by Number 10, as the government weighs how best to put the UK on track to meet its net zero emissions goals and make good...

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