FOR those who oppose the renewables industry, the discovery of shale gas is like the US Fifth Cavalry thundering into view.
HE WASN’T writing about the brutal murder of British serviceman Lee Rigby on the streets of Woolwich on Wednesday, but Simon Jenkins’s an
LESS than two months after the bombings in Boston, the media is again filled with disturbing images of an act of savage terrorism.
May 24, 2013, 1:36am
HS2 and London
[Re: Wake up call for the Department for Transport: Do the proper sums on HS2, Wednesday]
MARK Carney will arrive as the new governor of the Bank of England at a time when its policy is in disarray, but also when all the levers
WITH the Eurozone economy contracting for six consecutive quarters, and the number of unemployed young people reaching record highs acros
THE opening lines of the press conference presenting the IMF’s report on the UK economy did not bode well.
May 23, 2013, 12:54am
The City for Ukip?
[Re: Don’t underrate Ukip’s potential – it threatens to overturn UK politics, yesterday]
IT IS small wonder that Ukip’s rise has left the main parties looking bewildered: almost everything they think they know about the anti-E
THE High Speed 2 (HS2) rail project is under fire on many fronts.