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Daily Bulletin

Issue 2949


Cory Varney Writer

Labour manifesto confirms plans for public control of energy Labour unveiled its 2017 general election manifesto on Tuesday 16 May, committing to take energy back into public ownership and pledging a £1,000 emergency energy price cap. The party called the UK’s energy system “outdated, expensive and polluting”, criticising privatisation as failing to deliver an energy system that delivers for people, businesses or the environment. Labour committed to regaining control of energy supply networks through the alteration of the ...

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