'Take back control': Keir Starmer vows to give communities greater say in energy and climate decisions

Cecilia Keating
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 Starmer at UCL campus in East London | Credit: Preet Kaur Gill MP
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Starmer at UCL campus in East London | Credit: Preet Kaur Gill MP

Starmer promises that a Labour government would introduce new Take Back Control Bill to give communities more say over local decisions, including green power and transport projects

Labour leader Sir Keir Starmer has pledged to form a "dynamic" government driven by a "strategic purpose" to tackle structural challenges such as climate change and deteriorating public services, as he...

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