Tag: Politics

ADBA Party Conference Roundup

At the time of writing, Charlotte Morton and I have just returned from attending the main political party conferences. The gatherings are a chance for party members to catch up, Ministers to preen themselves on the main stage and most importantly, for policy debates to happen both in and out…

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Party Games - Parliamentary Update

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The formation of Parliamentary Committees is one reason why progress on key legislation has been so slow since the election.

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Poll-itics

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A look at the numbers behind the confusing political opinion polls.

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Election Update – Don’t count your chickens…

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Election Update – Don’t count your chickens… If you had looked through any of the Sunday newspapers last weekend, you’d think the general election campaign was a foregone conclusion. The Conservative Party had a twenty point opinion poll lead and seemed to be sailing calmly…

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Renewables, the cost of energy, and questions for the parties

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We’ve blogged before on the cost of energy debate and implications for renewable energy support, but it’s a subject worth returning to with energy companies focusing on green measures - albeit in this case for energy efficiency rather than directly for renewables support - as they raise bills. …

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Tags: cost of energy, Matt Hindle, politics, renewable financial incentives

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