Why we should rebuild a green Parliament in Birmingham

Will Nichols
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The £7bn cost to renovate Westminister is too steep - ship politicians to a purpose-built low carbon hub at the heart of the country

If British taxpayers do end up footing a bill of more than £7bn to renovate the Palace of Westminster it will be a national scandal. Surely a much cheaper and greener option would be to simply abandon...

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