New polling finds that they are proud of Britain’s action on climate change, and want the main EU environment regulations retained after Brexit.
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The Government must try to build from the essentials out – security, legal certainty, frictionless trade. Zero tariffs would be the icing on the cake.
You may well hear grumbling from businesses about the levy which will help to fund them – but the effort will be worth it.
Her speech yesterday sought to turn a weakness into a strength- by projecting Britain as a globally-engaged, progressive, aid-friendly country.
John Penrose: Energy bills. We need a relative price cap – to boost choice, cut prices and stick it to the Big Six.
The lobbyists would hate a relative cap, because there would be less lobbying to do. Putting customers in the driving seat means fewer fat fees, and fat lunches.
Plus: The wit of Malcolm Rifkind. I switch energy provider. An improvement by Donald Trump (up to a point). And: women MPs on my mind.
The Government seeks to make this the first generation to leave the environment in a better state than we found it.
This move risks forfeiting British leadership in a strategic sector for no obvious benefit at all.
Ministers are likely to find a stake valuable – and may find it useful for targeted infrastructure spending.
The logic of her view that no deal is better than a bad one suggests that, like Thatcher at Fontainebleau, she is prepared to walk away if necessary.
My new study for Civitas sets out a practicable alternative to an agreement at any cost.
A botched renewable energy scheme looks set to cost taxpayers hundreds of millions of pounds, and an ex-colleague has alleged a cover-up.
A six-point guide to the obvious, if only more people would see it.
Also: Brokenshire pledges to focus on victims of republicans; Welsh Tories attack Jones’ record of failure; SNP accused of wasting over £940m; and more.
If the Business Secretary wants to become the man for enterprise, he needs to challenge his own bureaucrats.