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MPs have raised doubts about the Government’s Green Deal home improvement programme, saying ministers do not have adequate targets for the scheme. The Energy and Climate Change Committee said the inability to properly explain the aim of the programme was “unacceptable”.
Energy and Climate Change Committee press release Three years into the life of this Parliament, Ministers are unable to define what they hope to achieve through of...
Early figures on the uptake on the Government’s Green Deal are “extremely encouraging”, the Energy minister has said. The Department for Energy and Climate Change...
The Government’s policies are shielding the public from the full impact of the rise in the cost of living, the Energy Secretary has insisted. In a Commons debate ...
Ed Davey said the Government had taken a “moderate path” with shale gas, welcoming its potential but “making sure any problems can be dealt with”. “Shale gas has ...
Christian Aid press release Christian Aid calls for 'equity review' to drive global climate deal Christian Aid is calling for countries negotiating a new global...
12/05/2013 on The World This Weekend, BBC Radio 4
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