[REDACTED] Government Hides Details of Minister’s Meeting with Fracking Industry

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UK Government-Owned Investor Using Hundreds of Millions of Aid Money to Finance Fossil Fuels...

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IPCC Report: British Press Focus on Snog over Smog as Scientists Warn of Climate...

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