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Climate Change Bill

Asked for details on tomorrow’s Climate Change Bill, the PMOS replied that the Bill would be launched by the Prime Minister, the Chancellor, and David Miliband, and would set out a comprehensive approach to the environment.  This meant setting realistic and achievable targets for emissions across the board, not just in terms of one measure, but a series of measures.  These measures would, as the Prime Minister had just said, be brought in a way that would not harm our economy at the expense of other economies, or our public at the expense of other publics.  The balance needed to be struck.

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