The Levy Control Framework - an unexpected tool for good?

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Dr Gordon Edge asks how can we know if the government has overspent its clean energy subsidy budget if it won't show its workings?

Since the election of our first majority Conservative government for nearly 20 years, there has been increasing speculation in the press and elsewhere that the budget for supporting renewable energy, the...

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