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Parliamentary Question in the Climate Change Debate

Last week, during the Opposition Day debate on Climate Change, I asked a question to Secretary of State for Energy and Climate Change, Amber Rudd, relating to the Government's 'Green Deal'. The Green Deal was introduced in 2013 and was designed to enable households to acquire finance for energy efficiency improvements to their property. However, it has been substantially under-performing against its stated targets. My question was:

"Would my Honourable Friend join me in asking the Honourable Lady opposite why her Government is not sorting out the chronically underperforming Green Deal which could help keep people warm, cut their fuel bills, tackle fuel poverty, create thousands of jobs, as well as cutting carbon emissions?"

Below is a video of my question:

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