Labour appoints shadow minister for waste and recycling

Labour has moved with the tide of public opinion by appointing a shadow minister responsible for focusing solely on waste and resources

Sandy Martin
Sandy Martin says a "whole-systems approach" is needed "to reform our entire waste and recycling infrastructure"

Labour has moved with the tide of public opinion by appointing a shadow minister responsible for focusing solely on waste and resources.

Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn

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