National Grid is already using ‘last resort’ measures to keep the lights on.
Posts Tagged: Green Taxes
Doing so could fund a substantial cut in National Insurance and wrest control of the green agenda away from the left.
Dominic Raab MP: Farage himself says that UKIP “isn’t passing the credibility test”. Here’s why he’s right.
A double-talking, flip-flopping, party of spendthrifts will aggravate – not salve – public mistrust of the political class.
The Coalition must end now.
Voters should remember the damage that the Blair and Brown-led governments are responsible for.
Compare Miliband’s speech today to Tony Blair’s at the same stage of Opposition. Ed doesn’t come off well.
Andrew Lilico: It isn’t “ignorant” or “denial” to doubt policies to prevent climate change are a good idea
There should be a debate on what to do about climate change – but possible answers include “nothing” and “adapt to it”.
The price freeze grabbed headlines, but our new series shows Labour’s policies are in chaos.
Conservatives should not be shy of exposing corporates when they are plainly ripping off the consumer.
Cameron and Osborne must target squeezed voters whose household budgeting is constantly challenged by the cost of filling up a car or paying a gas bill.
Conservative members regard it as not just a significant u-turn, but also a good one – but what does it say about Cameron’s convictions?
Thomas the Tank Engine is only the start of our problems.
The extent to which EU requirements and directives are now actively damaging our economy and frustrating our ability to put things right is noteworthy.
Johnathan Algar, Antonia Cox, Nick Faith, Peter Franklin, David Green, Peter Hoskin, Andrew Lilico, Andrea Leadsom MP and Simon Richards give their views.
John Major, William Hague, Michael Howard, David Cameron – all promised to win over new converts, all ended up preaching to the choir. And still no sign of the promised land: an outright majority.