The UK is reaping more money from carbon taxes than it is spending on tackling domestic emissions – these funds should go towards reducing household dependency on gas, argue the NEF's Margaret Welsh and Alex Chapman
As temperatures plummeted and snow disrupted travel across the UK in December, millions of families could not afford to heat their homes. It was estimated that a fifth of low-income households were going...
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