'Hollowed out': Labour slammed over decision to cut green investment plans in half

James Murray
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Keir Starmer, Ed Miliband, Anas Sarwar and other Labour politicians visiting the Acorn CCS project in Scotland last year | Credit: Labour
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Keir Starmer, Ed Miliband, Anas Sarwar and other Labour politicians visiting the Acorn CCS project in Scotland last year | Credit: Labour

Opposition insists revamped Green Prosperity Plan will turbocharge private sector spending, but it commits to just £23.7bn of additional investment over the next Parliament

Labour has been accused of slashing its green investment plans by half, fuelling fears that if elected the Party will struggle to deliver on its clean power and economic growth goals. Following months...

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