Coalition struggles to agree on plan for net zero emissions target | 7NEWS

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Tomorrow the Coalition party room will sit down as it struggles to agree on a plan for net zero emissions by 2050. The Prime Minister is adamant he’ll take that policy to the climate summit in Glasgow with or without the support of the Nationals.

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