Nicola Sturgeon declares Cambo oil project 'should not get the green light'

James Murray
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Nicola Sturgeon declares Cambo oil project 'should not get the green light'

Scottish First Minister confirms her opposition to controversial project, drawing clear dividing line with Westminster government

Scotland's First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has confirmed she thinks the Cambo oil field "Should not the green light", providing further evidence that new oil and gas projects can expect to face increased...

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