UK climate change targets should mirror those in Scotland, says SNP
The UK should match Scotland's target to reduce emissions by 42% by 2020, according to the Scottish National Party's manifesto, launched today.The document states: "We will use our influence at Westminster to ensure the UK matches, and supports, Scotland's ambitious commitments to carbon reduction and that both Scotland and the UK are able t
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