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A load of hot air? Theresa May’s pledge for ZERO greenhouse gas emissions by 2050 will cost Britain £1TRILLION and use taxpayers’ millions to 'plant trees in third world countries to hit the target'
A row has broken out over Theresa May's £1trillion legacy pledge to reduce greenhouse gas emissions to net zero by 2050 amid claims Britain will plant trees around the world and pay-off third world countries to hit the target. The UK will become the first major economy to put the target into law as one of the Prime Minister's last acts in Number 10, arguing that it is 'crucial' to 'ensure we protect our planet for future generations'.
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