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Are the Conservatives losing their conviction on climate change?

Sky News Wednesday, 5 October 2022
Are the Conservatives losing their conviction on climate change?This time a year ago Boris Johnson was preparing for the high-profile COP26 UN summit on climate change, hosted in Glasgow.
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