'This will encourage the world to go for green solutions': Boris Johnson touts plan for fresh UK energy supply strategy

Michael Holder
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Boris Johnson was speaking during a press conference at Downing Street  | Credit: Chatham House
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Boris Johnson was speaking during a press conference at Downing Street | Credit: Chatham House

UK may look to domestic oil and gas sources to reduce reliance on Russia in short term, but Prime Minister insists government will not be abandoning net zero transition

Boris Johnson has promised to unveil a fresh energy supply strategy "in the days ahead" that will set out the UK's plans to reduce its reliance on Russian oil and gas and boost domestic sources of clean...

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