The President of COP26 is suddenly so well-known that he attracts criticism as well as admiration, and interest in his roots as an admirer of Thatcher.
Posts Tagged: Ed Miliband MP
“We were then saying to other countries ‘please step up on climate finance’, when we were stepping back on aid to poorer countries.”
WATCH: Miliband – Labour would look at “short term” nationalisation to deal with struggling energy companies
“The energy market clearly isn’t working”, he says, stating there’s “a role for common ownership”.
Although he adds that “substantial commitments” have been made in the global battle against climate change.
Ardingly & Balcombe, Aldeburgh & Leiston, Downs North; Horndean Downs, Brundall: what might all these local government losses have in common?
This comedian who came out as a Conservative also explains why Labour, by espousing vengeful moral certainties, has lost the working class.
Snap guide to this session’s Government legislation 2) The Advanced Research and Invention Agency Bill
Our introduction to: what each Bill is, the politics of it, who’s responsible, arguments for and against – and a controversy rating out of ten.
Robert Halfon: A local Labour candidate has organised a petition against an army cadet course. Not quite the people’s priorities.
Plus: Is it really a bad thing if more work from home? And: It’s time to acknowledge private workers’ contributions in the Covid crisis.
The Shadow Business Secretary calls it “a disgrace” that Johnson said No Deal would be “wonderful”.
British regular soldiers will be on the ground in a new theatre for the first time since Iraq – and Labour are fully on board.
While it’s important to focus on the ‘R’ rate in tackling covid, we must also balance health concerns against two other Rs – recovery versus recession.
That Johnson’s recent visit was reported as though he were a Governor-General of Imperial India touring the North-West frontier is a bad sign.
“I never had his approval ratings…I think he’s made a great start…I think he’s made a great start.”
Richard Holden: Labour has socially distanced from voters in my seat – and others in the north and midlands. Starmer won’t change that.
The party is pinned down where it feels at home – in its new heartlands of central London, the middle of major cities and the University towns.
The Chancellor is set to build a relief road to get round the present pile-up of Government, banks and business.