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Lack of transparency over green energy subsidies 'shambolic', say MPs

Published on Wednesday 8th of February 2017 07:01:00 AM in Guardian

MPs have criticised ministers for their “shambolic” failure to regularly spell out the impact of government green policies on household energy bills.The Commons public accounts committee said the government had missed its commitment to publishing annual reports on how consumer bills were affected by subsidies to ...

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