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On 17 November, two months after his predecessor’s ill-fated Growth Plan of unfunded tax cuts, chancellor Jeremy Hunt issued his Autumn...
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Last year, we presented our top takeaways for GCs and in-house legal teams from the UN’s COP26 climate change conference in Glasgow. A...
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The COP27 summit in Egypt has invigorated debate over “loss and damage”, with several developing nations renewing calls for financial...
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With COP27 starting next month, eyes are turning to both public and private businesses’ efforts to meet net zero by 2050 – and private...
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On Monday 26th September, the UK Government officially launched its Net Zero Review. As part of the launch, it was announced that Chris...
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The European Commission’s REPowerEU plan (“EU Plan”), published on 18 May 2022, shares common decarbonisation and security of supply...
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This week the High Court ruled in favour of three claimants who had each brought separate (albeit subsequently joined) proceedings for a...
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During the hectic schedule of London Tech Week - the flagship annual tech event in the UK – we were lucky enough to attend the...
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It is perhaps trite to say that tax can be used as the proverbial carrot and stick alike - or simply as a revenue raiser. It also goes...
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In June 2019, Parliament passed legislation requiring the government to reduce the UK’s net emissions of greenhouse gases by 100%...
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We recently published a briefing on the implications of the Russia-Ukraine crisis for energy markets. Here, we take a deeper dive into...