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Claire O’Neill removed as COP26 President

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In an unexpected move, nine months before the critical UN summit on climate change, the Government has announced that Mrs O’Neill will be replaced in her role as COP26 President. A former Energy and Climate Minister, who served under David Cameron and Theresa May, Claire Perry…

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Prime Minister confirms a successor to the RHI in the pipeline

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In last week’s Prime Minister’s Questions, Prime Minister Boris Johnson has confirmed that the Government is looking into successor arrangements for the non-Domestic Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI). Answering to Alex Chalk MP’s question on the necessity for a successor of the incentive, Boris reassured…

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Funding pledge for AD highlights importance of local business engagement

Last week we reported on Labour’s support for domestic green gas generation in the UK. Yesterday, the Prime Minister and Chancellor of the Exchequer set out the Conservative Party’s long term economic plan for the south-west, which included a pledge to: support tech clusters, green energy,…

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Tags: local enterprise partnerships, green gas, political parties, prime minister, chancellor, Derek Sivyer, conservative party, MP, funding, enterprise zone

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