Chris Packham threatens UK government with legal action over net zero policy delays

Michael Holder
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Credit: Chris Packham

TV presenter and conservationist writes to government threatening court action unless it recommits to phase-out timelines for gas boilers and internal combustion engine cars

Wildlife TV presenter and conservationist Chris Packham has become the latest figure to threaten to take the government to court over its spate of recent net zero policy rollbacks, claiming that moves...

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