Turbocharge net zero to end sluggish growth, CBI tells Treasury

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The Spring Statement is due to be delivered on 23 March 2022 | Credit: iStock
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The Spring Statement is due to be delivered on 23 March 2022 | Credit: iStock

Rishi Sunak urged to use this months Spring Statement to ‘green’ UK tax system, support energy efficiency retrofits and provide more net zero clarity

The Chancellor Rishi Sunak is facing calls to turbocharge the UK's net zero transition and bolster Britain's energy security through his upcoming Spring Statement, with the CBI warning today that without...

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