Labour leader Sir Keir Starmer is set to announce the party is abandoning its target to spend £28bn a year on green investment, Uber has reported its first annual operating profit, and the far-right winner of Dutch elections just can't seem to form a government.

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Labour set to ditch plan to spend £28bn a year on green investment

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