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Climate change: the trougher trapped?

One of the few things the legacy media seems to be capable of doing is trapping greedy MPs, as they have now done with Tim Yeo. He has been caught boasting about how he can use his chairmanship of the Energy and Climate Change committee to push his private business...

Booker: delivering EDR

Unfortunately, Booker’s story is based on the premise that the Government introduced and Parliament approved an amendment (spool to the end) requiring the Secretary of State to publish a strategy setting out policies to achieve a reduction in demand for...

Fisheries: a growing bonanza

After a record cod quota for the Barents sea this year, the bonanza is to be repeated for next year with ICES recommending a further hike on what has been styled a “million ton quota”.Actually, it was a sub-million quota, topping out at 940,000 tones, but...

EU politics: another silly headline

This remarkable assertion is based on the most recent quarter’s trade figures, as produced by ONS, an organisation that is telling us that, “due to the volatility of the monthly trade figures, it is not easy to discern trends for a single...

Immigration: fraying at the edges

Whatever finding the ECJ might come up with in relation to the UK position on migration and benefits, there is no question that this is a highly sensitive issue. And latest on the blocks in a potential confrontation with the Commission is Germany. It is strengthening...

Energy: that’s telling ’em

Fresh from his parliamentary victory on zoonotic TB, Owen Paterson was in Cornwall yesterday, giving them what for on windmills. Simon Jenkins isn’t too happy either, but he feels that yesterday’s government announcement on wind turbines is not going to...

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