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Judges in England and Wales should have sole discretion on whether to take forward judicial review cases where there is no likelihood that the final outcome for the applicant would be any different, the House of Lords has said. 28 Oct 2014
The UK government should consider new incentives, such as stamp duty or council tax discounts, if it is to encourage more householders to carry out energy efficiency improvement work on their properties funded through the Green Deal, a committee of MPs has... 26 Sep 2014
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Every country in the world should commit to reducing carbon emissions "in a way that reflects their national situation" and opportunities, the UK’s secretary of state for energy and climate change has said. 15 Sep 2014
The use of an internal ‘shadow price’ on carbon is being used by a number of international businesses to help guide their investment decisions and identify opportunities, according to a report by the World Bank. 13 Aug 2014
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