Environmental policies were at the centre of Philip Hammond's attempts to woo younger voters in today's Spring Statement, with the Chancellor unveiling a raft of new environmental initiatives covering housing, aviation, biodiversity and energy efficiency.
"Our challenge is to demonstrate to the next generation that our market economy can fulfil their aspirations and speak to their values," Hammond said, in a nod to waves of public protests in recent weeks,...
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