Little wonder the Treasury's a block on green policies

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Have you ever wondered why the Treasury doesn't appear to give much of a hoot about climate change? Check the small print for the answers

I've been scouring through the Treasury's business plan. It's fascinating stuff (not, admittedly, in the way that something actually fascinating is fascinating; these things are relative). And I've...

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