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Lib Dems will spend £100bn on combating the climate emergency

November 15, 2019 3:08 PM

Councillor Stan Pajak at the People's Vote MarchStan Pajak the Lib Dem candidate for South Swindon acknowledged the fact there will only be the three major parties fighting the seat with the very appropriate news that today that the Lib Dems became the lead party on fighting the climate emergency with the announcement that the party will spend £100bn on combating the climate emergency.

Stan says "Although Swindon was not one of the seats agreed with the Greens, Plaid Cymru and the Lib Dems as part of the Unite to Remain deal there now appears in South Swindon with no Green candidate a vote for myself as the clear way to stop Brexit and fight the climate emergency."

Lib Dems will spend £100bn on combating the climate emergency

  • The Lib Dems have set out a clear plan to tackle the climate crisis.
  • An extra £100 billion will be pumped into combating climate change and protecting the environment when the Liberal Democrats take power.
  • Across a five-year Parliament, Liberal Democrats will spend and invest an extra £100 billion of public finance on climate action and environmental preservation.
  • This includes a new £10 billion renewable power fund to leverage in over £100 billion of extra private climate investment.
  • This will fast-track deployment of clean energy, to make Britain not just the world leader in offshore wind, but also the global number one in tidal power too.
  • And we will invest £15 billion more to make every building in the country greener, with an emergency ten-year programme to save energy, and fuel