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Eco-town Minister (3rd from left)
Eco-town Minister 3rd from left

The UK administration’s plans for new eco-towns are increasingly threadbare, and Labour ministers are rowing back from earlier commitments. As reported in The London Times, I am therefore resigning from the committee which is supposedly advising the towns on their energy footprint.

I was delighted when Gordon Brown announced Labour was building of five eco-towns (later raised to ten) of between 5,000-20,000 population each. The homes would add to

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