Environmental campaigners ejected from event at Labour party conference

Environmental campaigners ejected from event at labour party conference

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Environmental campaigners were ushered out of an event sponsored by Drax at the Labour party conference in Liverpool. Drax owns a vast power station in North Yorkshire and sponsored a debate on Britain’s net zero climate goals, where one of the company’s directors, Clare Harbord, was on the panel. Drax has faced criticism from climate campaigners who accuse them of greenwashing

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