No, more wind power doesn’t mean the lights will go out

No, more wind power doesn’t mean the lights will go out

Related Content   “We believe that in 10 years’ time offshore wind will be powering every home in the country.” This was the Prime Minister’s positive vision for a low-carbon UK that he set out in his Conference speech last week. Rather predictably, this has led to...
What’s in a date?

What’s in a date?

Related Content The UK’s coal phase-out shows the Government how to phase-out petrol and diesel cars.   The Guardian reports that Ministers are considering banning the sale of new petrol and diesel cars by as early as 2030, following calls from the Conservative MPs,...
What the UK-Japan trade deal signifies

What the UK-Japan trade deal signifies

Related Content   The Department for International Trade (DIT) has announced that the UK has concluded a historic new free trade agreement with Japan, the UK’s first major trade deal post-Brexit. The agreement is an important step towards the UK’s ambition to join the...
Poll finds public support for traditional hospital design

Poll finds public support for traditional hospital design

Related Content   New public polling commissioned by Policy Exchange has found a preference for traditional hospital design that favours natural light and private rooms.  This work in hospital design is part of a bigger project looking at the future of the hospital in...
A lesson from Vienna in countering Islamist extremism

A lesson from Vienna in countering Islamist extremism

Related Content Austria (with which I should declare I have family ties) is perhaps more widely known for Apfelstrudel, the Salzburg Festival, alpine resorts and Conchita Würst than as a European policy leader. It’s been a while since Bruno Kreisky’s edgy...