NHS bursary cuts may be the catalyst for a change we have long feared. The NHS may dip below the surface never to rise again
This project will suck up billions that ought to be invested in reducing demand and developing renewables
But, of course, that would go against the wishes of the established fossil fuel power producers, who like the situation which lets them make continually increasing record profits.
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