The U.K. Supreme Court has struck down as invalid a U.N. report on climate change that had been presented as a government-funded study by the World Bank.
The court said on Monday that the document should not have been presented in a public forum as a document of state-sponsored science.
In the U.L.K., where a similar dispute erupted with the U, a U-turn by the U is seen as the latest setback for the Trump administration.
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Brydon Brydon, who represented the plaintiffs in the case, said it had filed a motion to have the ULaw decision overturned.
The case is one of the most high-profile legal battles to date over whether Trump’s business enterprises, which are largely run by his family, owe taxpayers a “fair and reasonable” tax rate.
A spokesman for Brydon Bryson declined to comment.
The British government has defended its decision to release the report to the public, saying it is not meant to undermine climate change and the U has a duty to report it to the international body.