Policy and Regulation, UK

Labour drops green investment plans in favour of fiscal discipline

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Labour has pledged that under its leadership, the UK will have a zero-carbon electricity system by 2030 and its plans for Great British Energy remain on the table (Photo: Chris Ratcliffe/Bloomberg)

The UK Labour party has pledged to invest £5bn a year in green investments, a paltry sum compared with its previous promise of £28bn

The UK government’s main opposition party is under fire for ditching a pledge to invest £28bn annually in green energy. Instead, Labour leader Sir ...

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