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Seldon’s latest book, composed in only six months, will at best be a quarry on which future historians can draw.
You wouldn’t know it by the behaviour of successive governments, but the question of how to deliver a reliable energy supply is quite a pressing one. Old gas plants have been mothballed, several nuclear power stations have come to the end of their lives, new proposals have been bogged down in red tape and green […]
Iain Anderson is co-founder of Cicero Group and is an expert in global political risk and economic public policy issues. He was worked for a range of Conservative policymakers. He writes in a personal capacity. Follow Iain on Twitter. Commentary on the state of the Government – and Conservative fortunes within it – is starting to […]