Labour leadership contender says public should be more involved to build consensusMy six-point plan to restore trust in politicsLabour leadership contender Jess Phillips has called for a citizens’ assembly on how Britain should tackle climate change, as part of what she called a six-point plan to restore trust in democracy.Labour’s manifesto called for a “green industrial revolution” to pour investment into clean technologies, partly funded by a windfall tax on oil companies – a policy fronted by the leftwing favourite for the leadership, Rebecca Long-Bailey. Related: My six-point plan to restore trust in politics | Jess Phillips Continue reading… … Read More
- Post published:Jan. 17 2020
- Post category:Climate Change Brief
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