'Climate change is on the ballot': Prime Minister calls surprise summer UK election

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'Climate change is on the ballot': Prime Minister calls surprise summer UK election

Rishi Sunak announces General Election will be held on 4 July, as green groups predict climate, nature and net zero issues will prove key battleground in campaign

Prime Minister Rishi Sunak has this afternoon confirmed plans to hold a General Election in July, in a surprise move that is set to see climate change, nature, and the net zero transition play a central...

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