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The Government's decision to scrap green levies to cut energy bills halted plans to insulate 54,000 homes, the Daily Mirror reports. Shadow Energy Secretary Caroline Flint claimed thousands of households would be "left in the cold because of the Government’s dirty deal with the energy companies".
Owen Paterson insisted the Government was investing in flood protection. "My view is that we want the Environment Agency to concentrate on the highly technical a...
Environmental Audit Committee press release Stock markets could be inflating a ‘carbon bubble’ by over-valuing companies with fossil fuel assets that will have to...
The Government has been accused of treating foreign people “more favourably” than Britons, as an MP demanded international aid funding be spent on flood victims in t...
Unite press release Environment Agency chief pulls out of ‘job cuts’ meeting, says Unite Serious questions need to be asked about why the boss of the troubled ...
Federation of Small Businesses press release As businesses continue to recover after the recent floods new data released by the Federation of Small Businesses (FS...
06/03/2014 on BBC News
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26/02/2014 on Newsnight, BBC Two
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