Reports: Johnson considers carbon border tariff push ahead of G7 Summit

James Murray
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Reports: Johnson considers carbon border tariff push ahead of G7 Summit

Number 10 reportedly considering making plans for carbon border tariffs a priority for G7 Summit, as sources downplay chances of new meat and dairy tax

Following hot on the heels of news the Treasury has instructed government departments to explore the potential for a new economy-wide carbon tax, reports have revealed Number 10 is considering making proposals...

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