Setting a target for three decades in the future is illusory, lending itself to virtue-signalling and ill-thought-out measures.
The Tradeshow Access Programme has been invaluable for the rail sector, and costs very little.
Leading by example is all well and good. Impoverishing yourself in order to make a point, not so much.
It could take action to reduce industrial electricity costs, among other important steps.
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Governments which recognise vaping’s potential to lower smoking rates and save lives should make that case strongly at COP9.
The Foreign Secretary contends that by forming an aspirational coalition the Conservatives can gain votes in the North without losing support in the South.
The proposed Australian trade deal risks bankrupting our farmers. The competition is unfair, their standards lower – and our consumer gain minimal.
“We will be sending out another package of a thousand ventilators very shortly,” Raab adds.
This disaster points Indians to the danger of government by emergency men, not emergency measures.
As the country faces a horrifying wave of Covid-19, supplies of oxygen and other essentials are critically short.
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The EU started trade talks with the country back in 2007 and suspended them in 2013. Will post-Brexit Britain find it easier?
The Transport Secretary also predicted a post-Brexit boom, “if we use these new freedoms wisely, if we think and act like more of an up-start nation”.
It accounts for a larger share of output and a much larger share of productivity growth in poorer regions of the UK