Jeremy Corbyn urged to block all airport expansion under radical plan to slash carbon emissions by 2030

Jeremy Corbyn

Labour could end all airport expansion in the UK under radical plans drawn up by party activists to cut carbon emissions to net zero by 2030. 

The pro-Corbyn campaign group Momentum has teamed up with grassroots campaigners to try and pressure Jeremy Corbyn into adopting more drastic measures to slash pollution by the end of the next decade. 

With the Labour leader declaring climate change one of his top priorities, his supporters hope to push their proposals to a vote at the party’s conference next week in order to make them official policy. 

Scores of local Labour branches have submitted motions on climate change to the conference, with at least seven calling for an end to the future construction...

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