Energy price cap should be relative, not absolute

Energy price cap should be relative, not absolute

Read Article This article was featured on The Telegraph Energy bills and energy company profits are rarely out of the media spotlight or political debate. Energy costs affect household budgets and the overall cost of living: UK households spend over £30 billion a year...
EU waste diktat could cost Britain £2 billion

EU waste diktat could cost Britain £2 billion

Read Publication “EU waste diktat could cost Britain £2 billion”. That is the headline from a new report published by Policy Exchange today, Going Round in Circles. The report provides a critical review of European and UK policies concerning waste and recycling. Waste...
The Folly of Swansea Bay Tidal Lagoon

The Folly of Swansea Bay Tidal Lagoon

If ever there was a textbook example of how to go about Government lobbying and project development, then it is the Swansea Bay Tidal Lagoon project. The developer, Tidal Lagoon Power, has done a frankly incredible job of promoting the project to policymakers and...
Forging a New Industrial Strategy for Britain

Forging a New Industrial Strategy for Britain

When most people think of industrial policy, they think of British Leyland. Once the world’s largest car maker, by the 1960s Britain had been overtaken by America, France and Germany. The British industry, it was believed, simply lacked the scale to compete with...