House hit by environmental apathy

While planners may be upping their game on climate change, our elected representatives appear to have lost interest in the matter. The House of Commons downed tools during environment questions last week due to a lack of input from MPs. Speaker Michael Martin was forced to suspend the sitting after he ran out of questions for the government's environment teams. Some MPs who tabled questions did not even turn up to ask them.

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