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UK Labour promises zero Carbon intervention, but must win first

For those who do not live in the UK, its politics must be “impenetrable” and the promise by its Labour party, currently not in power, to spent £83 billion on 37 offshore wind farms – wind farms that will be government owned and profitable – with the profits spent to regenerate deprived coastal areas – all sounds highly commendable. But it is unlikely to be enough to turn the heads of the UK voting population, as the party is about as unpopular as it could possible be due to Brexit. To some extent these pledges are even ahead of the renewable avowed Green party. Perhaps this is because the Green party is not really gearing up for an election, so…

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