Jun 22, 2015

Britain’s Tory Government’s Betrayal of Scotland on Renewable Energy | Global Research - Centre for Research on Globalization

The Scottish National Party has said that Prime Minister David Cameron must explain why he misled voters during the referendum campaign in Scotland regarding the UK government’s position on renewab...

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