We’re closer to a greener, cleaner, safer planet, but the real success of the summit will only be determined in the years ahead.
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Johnson, Street, and Houchen have all embraced the bike, and reaped the rewards both for the party and the nation.
Greg Clark: Why we formed our industrial strategy. What it achieved. And how my successor can build on it.
It’s hard to think that the right future is to be a less research-intensive country than the rest of the world, and so I hope our commitment will endure.
Jack Richardson: Green policy as security policy. And why we shouldn’t let China corner the market in new technologies.
The D10 presents an opportunity for coordinating democracies around goals of combating climate change while securing supply chains.
Richard Holden: The Chancellor shouldn’t try to win a spending arms race with Labour – which we would lose anyway
Perhaps the simplest way of putting it is: it’s all about economic credibility, stupid. Because come 2024, it certainly will be.
Sanjoy Sen: Smart motorways need improvements. But there’s no getting away from the self-driving revolution.
Even post-Covid transport patterns will not change the need for this infrastructure.
Ted Christie-Miller: Everything must change if Britain is to hit its Net Zero target. How are we going to manage it?
If politicians are going to take voters with them, we need to be honest about the trade offs and develop policies to help those who stand to lose out.
The fourth of a series of pieces from Policy Exchange looking at specific issues that arise from the Brexit trade deal.
Ryan Bourne: First, Covid-19 lockdowns. Next, climate change ones – rationed car use, no red meat. Coming soon to a country near you?
It might seem far-fetched that one could face jail for eating steak frites. But one could have said the same about not eating at least a scotch egg with your pint.
I have tabled an amendment to the Environment Bill that would require us to achieve WHO guideline limits for particulate matter by 2030.
It’s critical for it to consult with consumers and industry experts before making big decisions.
Neil O’Brien: The next algorithm disaster – coming to a Conservative constituency near you. This time, it’s housing growth.
Most Tory MPs will be seeing large increases in the housing targets for their seats, while many Labour MPs see their local targets reduced.
After more than a century on the road, our automotive industry is overdue for a completely new engine.
There are special gains in luxury cars, migration and services – as Australia looks away from the Pacific and we stride in into the wider world.
This is the third in a three-part series on how to boost our economy after Coronavirus.