BREXIT has given a new lease of  life to UK policy makers whose day job involves revising existing laws and introducing new regulation.
Not least is the prospective replacement of the EU Emissions Trading Scheme with a UK cap and trade system. This new lease of regulatory freedom has emboldened the UK Government to lead globally on climate change. As the host of COP 26, the UK wants to project its leadership to the world in Glasgow in November this year. Weekly announcements regarding climate change policy seem inevitable now.

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