Must we choose between Levelling-Up and net zero?

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Tax reform and Green universal basic services could help both level-up the country and build a more sustainable, resilient and inclusive economy, argues Dame Professor Henrietta Moore of the Institute for Global Prosperity

Rumours that a cut in green levies has been considered to counter the rising cost of living has brought into sharp relief the challenge facing the government as it seeks to avert the existential threat...

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