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Milliband’s Green Opportunity to Reform the UK’s Political Agenda

Ed Milliband at the Labour Party Conference in Manchester last week

Ed Milliband narrowly defeated his older brother David Milliband for the Labour Party’s leadership on Saturday, boosting the prospects of the environment taking priority at the forefront of UK policy making. During his last 18-month tenure as Minister for Energy & Climate Change, Ed Milliband boasts an impressive track record for progressing environmental policy within …

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UK Opposition ‘Green Deal’ Pledge… what is it?

Speaking at the recent Conservative party Conference in Manchester, held on 5-8th October, shadow energy and climate change secretary Greg Clark claimed that the UK needed an ‘emergency plan to rescue our energy policy’ within days of a general election. The current UK energy policy from a glance appears to contain many strong ‘green’ policies, …

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