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Posts Tagged: Green Taxes
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.
Cut green taxes? Scrap HS2? Have your say today.
Coalition may mean we must swallow compromises, but it doesn’t mean we have to like them.
Elections are won in the centre – and the centre has moved rightwards.
Instead of damaging political cons like his Canute-like pledge to freeze prices, it is time to get energy back to the market.
The post-2010 Government will need to take major and radical decisions and actions to get the balance of the UK economy right.
Priti Patel MP: Labour. The party of gimmicks, scaremongering, opportunism, taxes, debt – and McLuskey
Whether it is on energy prices, education, the criminal justice system or industrial relations, Labour remains entrenched on the side of vested interests and unions.
The Commons should not back the proposed means of supporting the Green Investment Bank
Two years ago, leaning on businesses was preferred to legislating against them. But now, for many, leaning is no longer enough.
The Lib Dems have been kind enough to give us that public row over green taxes – but will they buckle?
Clegg has no desire to become infamous as the man who blocked a cut to everyone’s energy bills.
A month after Miliband’s energy speech, Cameron plans to “roll back” green taxes – let’s hope he does it soon
Like peeling off a sticking plaster, u-turns are best done quickly – dragging it out will only prolong the pain.
With a mass petition calling for tax cuts to control the cost of living, how long will the Government delay?