Not an April Fools: Green economy incredulous over Nigel Farage's new green finance job

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Not an April Fools: Green economy incredulous over Nigel Farage's new green finance job

In his first non-political role, the former UKIP and Brexit Party leader has been hired as the first member of the advisory board for carbon offsetting business Dutch Green Business Group

Green campaigners and clean energy experts have expressed shock at the appointment of broadcaster, former politician, and long-time critic of climate action Nigel Farage to the advisory board of a European...

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