We seem to be no nearer a resolution to the current rail strike and further dates for December 2022 and January 2023 have recently been advised. The Government’s (and it’s their view not the… Read More »Opinion: Why both sides are wrong on the current rail strike
You’ll have no doubt heard of the comments of a number of Tory MP’s re the cost of living crisis. Here’s one recent summary of the highlights.… Read More »Is it time for MPs to have a formal induction on how some UK people live?
There are 25 years of data between the Royal Commission on Environmental Pollution (1994) and the most recent non-Covid year (2019). Sounds like a good time for a review? Well, here’s one anyway. Unlike most… Read More »Greenhouse Gas Emissions: Why hasn’t UK Transport done its share?
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Sometimes it’s been leading the news (pre-Ukraine), sometimes it hasn’t. It’s thought by some that the Covid pandemic response may have been the difference between Trump losing and being re-elected in 2020 (see this Independent… Read More »Covid deaths: Why aren’t we more angry?
When is an emergency not an emergency? You’ve probably heard of the Covid emergency and no doubt you’ll be aware of the emergency measures throughout World War 2. The UK Environment and Climate Emergency, though,… Read More »A tale of three emergencies (and the responses)