Green tape and red meat: Would Sunak or Truss be better for the environment?

In January 2012, Liz Truss was a humble backbencher who had been in Parliament just eight months. Back then, she still called herself Elizabeth – as opposed to the more crowd-pleasing Liz – but she had already clearly identified an issue that is now at the centre of her bid to become leader of the Conservative Party and British Prime Minister.

by James Fair

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