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Labour should learn from Jacinda Ardern’s calamitous oil and gas ban

17 June 2024

8:54 PM

17 June 2024

8:54 PM

In the UK, the Labour party has pledged to halt any new oil and gas drilling in the North Sea, which the Tories today suggest could cost billions in tax revenue over the next ten years.

When it comes to energy policy, Labour could really benefit from looking at what happened when New Zealand’s Labour party tried the same thing in the South Sea.

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