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Climate threat means Britain must become a ‘nanny state’

Brian Dalton, Purley, Surrey, CR8
13 September 2019
 

The issues surrounding the implementation of Brexit has highlighted the faultline in a ‘first past the post’ democracy. Like the American presidential election, games of tennis, and our own general elections, a smaller overall score can win the day.

The Government has set us a target of reducing carbon costs, which will need radical changes to the way we live and transport will have to bear a significant load for us to be successful. Now here is the problem.

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