Tories must think beyond Brexit
Dear Sir, — Only two names will be offered to 130,000 members of the Conservative Party as their new party leader, but who will automatically become prime minister for all 67 million of us?
That next PM could easily be someone who has until recently denied the sciences behind climate change. In one of her last pieces of legislation, the current PM has recognised the importance of the problems, and set out net zero targets to aim to reach targets for 2030 and 2050.
But in 2013, education secretary Michael Gove wanted to exclude climate change from the geography national curriculum.
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