Are Dominic Raab’s green ambitions ‘all just stuffing’?

Hardline brexiteer Dominic Raab, currently fourth of the seven remaining contenders to become the UK’s next prime minister, this week attempted to position himself as a pro-environment candidate.

In an apparent attempt to broaden his appeal, the former Brexit secretary on Monday stated his plans to make Britain a world leader in tackling climate change.

“As Conservatives, we’ve got to harness the power of innovation and technology to forge an energy policy that makes environmental and economic sense,” he told The Times. “We’ve got to look to the future. We’ve got to leave the environment in a better state than we found it.”

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