Nigel Farage: Nearly £40 billion a year tax will be lost if we stopped buying petrol and diesel

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‘Because of this transfer towards net zero, they have to go looking for that tax elsewhere, if they don’t want to cut public services.’

Simon French, former economist at the Cabinet Office, warns Nigel Farage of the potential dangers facing the Government’s Net Zero strategy.

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Carbon neutrality is a state of net-zero carbon dioxide emissions. This can be achieved by balancing emissions of carbon dioxide with its removal or by eliminating emissions from society.

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