This week, we sign the first Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with an American state, with almost half of the 50 American states to follow.
No volume of technical argument will matter if the debate remains framed entirely to the UK’s disadvantage.
The usual justifications for state interference in the private sector don’t apply in this unusual sector.
Gove is ready to localise as much either as he wants to or as his colleagues will let him, or both. I hope it’s work in progress.
If local authorities really thought there was backing for Council Tax increases, they wouldn’t dodge holding referendums.
Unfortunately, ever-increasing public spending and green policies inspire little confidence in the Prime Minister.
Many high-emitting nations are either avoiding COP altogether or stalling when it comes to committing to carbon targets.
The Government should implement a binding innovation principle to unleash the UK economy.
It would help to level up places struggling to keep pace with the UK’s most prosperous locations.
The Department of Education wants to address school disruption by “reducing pressure” on students.
Most of the media coverage has been on the survey’s woke and anti-woke findings, but there was another important discovery.