Labour and the Lib Dems both back a resource security review - whither the other parties?

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Friends of the Earth's Dave Powell urges the Conservatives and SNP to grapple with one of the biggest issues facing business and society

Three cheers for Labour and the Liberal Democrats then, both of whom have now proposed what amounts to a ‘Stern for resources' review. The Lib Dems pledged the review in their manifesto, and were followed...

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