Let's turn the page on Sunak's senseless summer

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The UK Prime Minister has enthusiastically attempted to drive a wedge in the British public's consensus that climate change is a threat that needs managing, writes Tufts University's Rachel Kyte

Let's turn the page on Sunak's senseless summer. Over the past few weeks, the Prime Minister has enthusiastically participated in, presumably on the advice of pollsters and political advisors, an attempt...

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