Paul Scully: ‘We want to transition to net zero, but not on the backs of the most vulnerable’

Sky News published this video item, entitled “Paul Scully: ‘We want to transition to net zero, but not on the backs of the most vulnerable'” – below is their description.

Liz Truss supporter and Tory MP Paul Scully said, “We want to transition to net zero – clearly, but not on the backs of the most vulnerable who are seeing their energy bills go through the roof.”

His comments come as Liz Truss pledged to introduce a pause in the UK’s net zero initiative to help with the cost of living crisis.

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