Free market can be overruled if necessary to create post-Covid growth, ex-PM advises former rival
Foreign Policy Magazine fantasising about China rolling out a green energy revolution via its Belt and Road initiative, like it is already happening.
Friends of the Earth seeks judicial review, saying aid deal contradicts climate commitments
Rapidly growing sector could prove lucrative as Britain seeks post-Brexit trade opportunities
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The aviation industry is run on multinational lines. UK wing production could easily take off and land somewhere else
Theresa May says any delay to article 50 will force companies out of Britain. But the alternative – a bad Brexit – is worse
Guardian journalists spell out the potential impact, sector by sector, on national life
Imposing tariffs on energy trading could also hinder efforts to counter global warming
Technology developed at Hinkley Point could be used in future facilities all over the world
Flotilla of barges with energy generators would be sent to Northern Ireland if UK crashes out of the EU
Chinese state-run firm eyeing up multibillion-pound deal for majority share in eight sites
Failure to put safeguards in place could disrupt flow of materials needed to fabricate nuclear fuel after Brexit
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