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Scottish islands hold out for government U-turn on windfarm subsidies

Published on Thursday 13th of April 2017 04:52:18 PM in Guardian

Ministers are believed to be on the verge of a U-turn on their manifesto pledge to halt the spread of subsidised onshore windfarms – on remote Scottish islands, at least.The business secretary, Greg Clark, visited the Isle of Lewis in the Western Isles on Monday to ...

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