Britain eyes raft of green taxes - newspaper


By David Clarke LONDON, Oct 29 (Reuters) - Britain is eyeing a raft of green measures to help combat climate change, including higher taxes on cars, air travel, fuel, lighting and consumer electronics, according to a document leaked to a Sunday newspaper. Britain's Mail on Sunday published a letter written by Environment Minister David Miliband to Finance Minister Gordon Brown earlier this month detailing proposals to change people's behaviour by making them pay for polluting. ...

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