Espiner and climate change policy up a tree…

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Colin Espiner seems to think the government’s done ok with its climate change policy:

While I can’t confess to yet having had time to read every line in the stacks of documents the Government dumped on reporters today (I’d like to see a carbon audit of how much energy was expended in printing it for a start), at first glance Labour has pulled off a remarkable achievement.

I know, I know. I scoffed at the initial leaks of the plan, which centred around increases in the price of electricity and petrol. But I admit it. Labour’s done good this time.

Here’s the full post over on his blog.

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