AS Henry Ford would never have said, you can have any colour politics you like over the coming weeks, as long as they are green. 

Anyone would think there was a United Nations Climate Change Conference happening near here soon. 

The Herald turned its front page green this morning to mark the start of a new series of investigations by the paper and The Ferret, this time focusing on all things environmental. 

In London, Boris Johnson joined forces with Bill Gates at a Global Investment Summit aimed at attracting overseas funding for UK projects. 

Besides the event at the Science Museum there was a reception in Downing Street and at Windsor Castle, hosted by the Queen.  

The new, post-Brexit global Britain is being lit by the UK Government in pleasant shades of green, the better to persuade investors to get on board and sceptical Conservative MPs to stay on side. 

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