For those of you who might have missed it, their were activites throughout Europe in protest at the inaction of politicians and the EU with regard to global warming, many of them blocking traffic in major cities.
The EU Commission’s proposal on qualified majority voting on tax is a trick, to achieve the opposite end (and to protect the tax havens, like Juncker’s Luxembourg). The EU poltical class seems very busy subverting […]
The collapse of Carillion, one of the UK’s largest leading construction and service companies, has resulted in important analyses concerning transferring public services to private companies. One of its directors claimed that putting money into […]
Is politics driven by pragmatic self-interest or by identities and ideals? The self-harming voter offers a clue. This is a long read, but it is the weekend and it is time well invested. Read here