'More clickbait politics': Green groups slam passage of oil and gas drilling bill

James Murray
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New poll shows majority of public do not believe the government is taking a lead on climate change

The controversial Offshore Petroleum Licensing Bill comfortably passed its Second Reading in the House of Commons last night, with the government winning by 283 votes to 211. The vote means the legislation,...

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