Alison Rose quits government's Energy Efficiency Taskforce after shock NatWest departure

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Government confirms that it asked Rose to step down as co-chair of the Taskforce and to also quit the Net Zero Council after she resigned as CEO of NatWest yesterday

Alison Rose has stepped down from her government-appointed roles at the Energy Efficiency Taskforce and Net Zero Council with immediate effect, following her shock resignation as CEO of NatWest yesterday....

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