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Investor data shows support for stronger green policy, says head of UK Labour’s climate forum

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Shadow finance minister Rachel Reeves says, if elected, Labour would implement a green prosperity plan that would reach £28bn a year in capital investment to support the UK’s transition to net zero (Photo: Oli Scarff/Getty Images)

Paul McNamee tells Sustainable Views why he believes the Labour party can lead a green industrial revolution in the UK

Seventy-eight per cent of global investors believe Labour’s “green prosperity plan” would bring more opportunities than risk to UK businesses, reveals a survey by the newly created Labour Climate and Environment Forum.

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