How a green taxes revolt in Redcar could force a change in Tory energy policy

Sunday Telegraph

Will Tanner writes in the Sunday Telegraph about voters’ concerns over green taxes and how to bring voters on side with net zero targets.

“Redcar suggests to me that the politics of net zero are hard, but far from impossible. MPs have a point: the Government does need to be cautious not to overburden ordinary taxpayers, or penalise those who faithfully followed previous advice. 

But that must not come at the cost of action, or the jobs recovery in places like Redcar will be stillborn. It’s a narrow corridor, but it is there.”

Read the full piece here.

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