The UK and the Eurozone are both vulnerable to the next recession, but both politicians and central bankers think each other should deal with it.
Unearthed: UK oil and gas emissions intensity rises to record high
After years of cutting emissions per barrel of oil extracted, UK drillers saw carbon intensity rise by 15% in 2021 Read here Cormorant Oil Field in the North Sea. Photo: Marten van Dijl / Greenpeace
Thomas Fazi: The revenge of the elites
Italy’s new coalition government has sacrificed the populist revolt at the altar of the EU. Read here
The Local: Apple sues French tax activists who occupied Paris store
Apple sues attac activists. Apple avoids taxes, which are necessary to finance our justicessystems in the EU, yet use EU courts to sue those who protest. The EU seems to be very happy with this […]
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