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‘We’re from the middle-class drug squad and you’re nicked’
‘I’ve come to get my Covid passport renewed’
‘Ironically, it would have been a good day for wind power’
‘He says he won’t wear a mask’
A salmon farm in southern Norway could herald a green revolution in the fish industry
‘His energy provider went bust’
No children allowed
Disjointed address to business leaders
Locked down protester
‘We saved the planet at COP26 for this?’
‘Tell me honestly, Marjorie — do you think I’m sleazy?’
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COP27 may be in hot water
‘House of Commons dress-down Friday’
‘Coming soon — mini nuclear power stations’
‘I’m thinking of buying a peerage with the money from my second job’
‘Do you suppose the planet’s been saved yet?’
‘Still, it’s nice to feel wanted’
Stop illegal logging
‘It’s one minute to midnight’
‘Raw sewage is so much easier to source these days’
‘It’s the bill for our pay rise’
Secretary-general Guterres says ‘climate catastrophe’ is still on track as many climate plans lack detail