'Spreading misinformation': Green groups slam Sunak over attacks on climate policies

James Murray
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The Prime Minister used the first TV debate to stoke fears over the cost of the net zero transition, sparking an angry response from environmental campaigners

Green groups have this morning accused Rishi Sunak of "spreading misinformation" about the cost of climate policies, after the Prime Minister used the first TV debate to claim Labour's decarbonisation...

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