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Conservative leader David Cameron has joined environmental campaigners in calling for a law on climate change to be promised in the next Queen's speech.
In a letter to Tony Blair, green groups are pressing for legislation that would set targets for 3% annual cuts in greenhouse gases across the UK economy.
Friends of the Earth say the measure should have cross-party support.
The Lib Dems have also signed the letter, saying a climate change bill would help fight global warming.
Originally posted by infinite
when blair steps down, he will then need to introduce policys and start to battle against labour. that will be the big test and then we will probably see if he will be Prime Minister material.
Cameron calls for emissions law