Net Zero can be a tide that raises all boats. Creating an energy efficiency program fit for the future can create tens of thousands of jobs, cut billions off the NHS bill for treating those in cold homes, and power up our economy.
Making older housing affordable to heat would both bills and our reliance on Russian gas, as well as creating the forward-looking careers that will drive the growth we sorely need.
“I suspect the Labour Party is slowly coming to the realisation that winning the next election is not all it’s cracked up to be.”
He has already won back large numbers of voters since he entered Number 10, and both the polls and the focus groups confirm that many more are prepared to wait longer before making up their minds.
As Ed Miliband learned in 2015, it doesn’t matter how popular your policies are individually if voters don’t buy into your broader offer.
The barrage of letters and calls that some people struggling to make ends meet are receiving is causing grave distress —in some cases, it is even contributing to people becoming suicidal.
A major target of Government policy in respect of the domestic and trade economy ought to be the rebalancing of our unsustainable balance of payments deficit.
Jeremy Hunt presents to Parliament the Government’s plan centred on his so-called Four Es: Enterprise, Education, Employment and Everywhere.
The Cost of Living Share Plan is a practical solution to help people in work as the value of the pound in their pocket falls.
“These five promises are the people’s priorities. So, they’re my immediate priorities, too. But they’re not the limit of my ambitions for our country. They’re the foundation.”
The Prime Minister sets out his plan for 2023 – to focus less on politics, and more on the things people care about.
Family is not always a comfortable topic, especially in the political world. Yet it has been proven to be the biggest determining factor in a child’s life outcomes.
There was, and remains, a durable coalition behind a Tory Party that stands unabashedly as the champion of working people of every class.
This half-day conference will explore the critical issues surrounding energy – from security of supply, international energy partnerships, and domestic power generation; to energy efficiency, net zero and the cost of living.