UK ‘too slow’ over climate crisis despite stark IPCC report

Scientists’ concerns come as Jacob Rees-Mogg declared ‘every last drop of oil from the North Sea’ should be exploited

The UK government is moving too slowly to tackle the climate emergency, leading scientists have said in the wake of the latest IPCC report.

This comes after Jacob Rees-Mogg, the Brexit minister, declared that he supported “exploiting every last cubic inch of gas from the North Sea” the day the report was released.

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