Johnson and Truss join onshore wind planning rebellion

James Murray
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Credit: Gov.uk

Two former Prime Ministers are set to back amendment tabled by Simon Clarke that would life the de facto ban on new onshore wind farms

Boris Johnson and Liz Truss are to join a growing backbench rebellion against the government's decision to retain the de facto ban on onshore wind farms, which experts have accused of driving up energy...

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