The UK needs a carbon tax to finance its future

Ørsted’s Burbo Bank Extension windfarm. The Danish company is among the green energy producers urging greater UK funding. (Photo: Ørsted)

A progressive carbon tax on fossil fuels is crucial to funding the UK’s climate agenda – and its ability to compete with the US Inflation Reduction Act. The Spring Budget is just around the corner and the interdepartmental quarrelling has reached a crescendo, with defence looking set to receive the ...

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