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Energy Security after #Brexit

The House of Lords has just published its inquiry into energy security after Brexit – see Brexit: Energy Security. This publication is fairly complete in its coverage of the changes that will be needed in the coming year.  The government will have had almost 3 years to plan for Brexit by …

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Restoring independent policies: Climate change and energy

Read The Market Solution pamphlet in full Initially an integral component of the environment movement, from the late 1980s, climate change has emerged as a separate policy domain with its own body of law. Despite the EU’s heavy involvement in resultant policy, little change might be expected in the UK …

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Temptation to Tinker

“The curious task of economics is to demonstrate to men how little they really know about what they imagine they can design.”  Friedrich von Hayek While it may be true that the sun never sets on the British Empire, the lights might go out at night. A new report commissioned by Lord …

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DIY energy efficiency

You’ve got the bio-fuel car, you recycle your cans, bottles and paper and you even grow your own vegetables. But is your home as energy efficient as it could be? Inefficient products such as fridge freezers and dishwashers could be causing you to sport a giant-sized carbon footprint. So how …

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Sir John should stop singing! (And I don’t mean Elton).

Energy is the hot topic this autumn. Ed Milliband, fearing his chances of being re-elected in danger with the improving economy, (which by the way is the fastest growing of the G7 nations http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2476412/Britains-path-prosperity-Say-Tories-growth-hits-fastest-rate-general-election.html), kicked off party conference season by announcing that as Prime Minister, he would have energy prices magically froze. …

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Power to the People!

A free person is a powerful person. A person who does not depend on the government is the freest person of all because they can decide the course of their own life. However, a person who cannot pay the bills or who struggles to get by is highly susceptible to …

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