Scottish government admits climate law breach

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Scottish government admits it has 'fallen short' of requirement to publish detailed emissions data and pledges to remedy the issue 'as soon as possible'

The Scottish government has accepted that it has breached climate commitments and has agreed to start "urgent work" on a remedy. The news comes after campaigners from Good Law Project and the Environmental...

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