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Sa libs deny backdown on climate change targets

Sa libs deny backdown on climate change targets

The Government is rejecting calls from climate sceptics that it withdraws from the Paris agreement on climate change targets.
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Speaking to the BBC in a direct appeal to its voters, Mr Duncan Smith said that “all politicians are wrong and they’re all guilty”.

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Media playback is unsupported on your device Media captgospelhitzion David Cameron said it was “extremely important” that Labour accepted the “legitimate responsibility to deliver on the climate change target”

The Prime Minister said the climate change strategy would be “unambiguous” and that the Prime Minister had backed the “legitimate, credible, and sustainable targets” of the Paris agreement which would be signed in 2015.

Image copyright PA Image caption Former Lib Dem leader Sir Menzies Campbell says Labour should give up on emissions cuts

Analysis

By BBC political correspondent Norman Smith

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The PM did not deny the climate change targets were “well within our control”, but said “it will 카지노 사이트not be binding” – a bit like it wasn’t in the “Nixon regime”.

Mr Cameron has been pressing party members to commit to the target from 2017 as well as the 2020 target, which calls for a 30% cut in emissions by 2025.

But the Government has made it very clear that while the target will be fully implemented in government, Labour will have to show at the next election that it has a plan to meet it.

If we can’t, Labour will be left wondering what was really behind its repeated assurances that it could meet its commitments.

What can Labour do to reverse its election poster, which makes the claim that “only a Labour government can lead on climate change? No-one knows how”? What can the party do to “come clean” about the commitment?

A campaign by former Labour leader Sir Menzies Campbell on the back of his poster suggests that Mr Cameron’s call to leave the European Union is a ploy to secure votes on the issue – a view echoed by party chairman Lord Green.

Lord Green described his own pledge to leave the EPP as a “lacklustre” one. He said he had no time for party-wide election campaigns which were “so far behind” on the climate change issue.

Mr Miliband did promise a renegotiation of the deal before the referendum – but his promise to scrap the EU’s legal obligation for companies that move their jobs overseas at the end of this parliament – di