General Election 2024: Study predicts 24 green battleground seats

Stuart Stone
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New data from The Climate Coalition's Local Intelligence Hub pinpoints 24 marginal constituencies where green policies could prove decisive

As Westminster today awaits the result of a by-election that was triggered by a row over climate policies, a new study has revealed how environmental issues could dominate the election campaign in a series...

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