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Ed Miliband’s dangerous net zero fantasy

20 March 2024

12:44 AM

20 March 2024

12:44 AM

Ed Miliband set Labour back a decade when he not only failed to win the 2015 general election but went backwards, losing a net 26 seats and helping to usher in the disastrous era of Jeremy Corbyn. But could he now be about to undermine a Keir Starmer government too?

Miliband has a little fantasy that he is trying to sell the public: that net zero targets won’t just save the planet, they will cut our energy bills, too.

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