Open letter to Ed Davey on Draft Energy Bill Open letter from SGR to Ed Davey, Secretary of State for Energy and Climate Change, on the Draft Energy Bill and wider UK energy policy. The letter makes four main criticisms: … Continue reading
Somebody Think of the Children First posted on October 27, 2012 by alittleecon ‘I think we have a moral duty to the next generation, to our children and our grandchildren, to wipe the slate clean for them. We set out a plan, it lasts … Continue reading
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As we approach winter, the shops are hoping for a seasonal retail spree and begin the ultimate display of commercialization. Whether people are celebrating a religious festival or a more secular affair, or perhaps just a get-together with the family, … Continue reading
At times, like Thursday’s release of the latest GDP figures, I begin to wonder whether I’ve really lost the plot. The news headlines and reading the mainstream media financial sections just do not make any sense… they seem to take … Continue reading
By Liam CarrThe title of this post is provocative but it is not hyperbole or exaggeration. The Tory led government is implementing policy that directly leads to needless loss of life. Suicide: This is most obvious example. There are well-documented … Continue reading
Report by George Topping Last Saturday I went on the TUC demo. I saw Sue Marsh speak but as I have trouble standing I made my way home before EM spoke – I am told I didn’t miss much. However, … Continue reading
The furore over Jimmy Saville and the BBC is just a re-run of the tactics used over weapons of mass destruction and the subsequent death of Dr David Kelly. The public are being ‘slid’ into believing that trust in the … Continue reading