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Editor’s note: how to suspend a sunset clause

Houses of parliament at sunset
If the UK does not manage to suspend the 20-year sunset clause, the government faces the risk of potential claims of up to £11.8bn from foreign investors (Photo: Kin Cheung/AP Photo)

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There was much cheering from environmental campaigners when in February the UK announced its intention to leave the controversial Energy Charter Treaty, followed by the EU’s plans to secure its exit ahead of the European parliamentary elections this ...

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