There is enough food for everyone, says Chrissie Hynde – if everyone takes only their fair share and stops eating animals. Others suggest improving farming production methods, tackling population growth and taxing meatAlthough...
Tax hike on solar-installed properties to affect 821 state schools in England and Wales, research suggests
The latest tax scandal is bringing the erosion of our democracy into ever sharper focus. Britain suffers under an enormous democratic deficit due to state capture by “free”-market neoliberal fundamentalism and its associated...
Trade body says solar panel installation is still attractive for consumers but average payback period will almost double
Critics including Greenpeace UK say proposals affecting solar panels and wind turbines make a mockery of David Cameron’s claims to climate leadership
George Osborne has unveiled the results of the government’s spending review; here we analyse the key points in 25 main areas
Chancellor, who has overseen 5.4% fall in infrastructure investment, to launch national commission for major projects
Group wants to see incentive tax breaks introduced, as opposed to current system of penalising companies
With the Lib Dems gone, the brake is off. New roads are to be built, fuel duty frozen and green taxes scrapped
Guardian writers analyse the key policy pledges unveiled by David Cameron
Guardian experts analyse the key election policies unveiled by Ed Miliband
Among the major economic policies in the chancellor’s speech were the traditional selection of giveaways for consumers and special interest groups
Village which brought fracking to public attention fears changes to tax relief will thwart efforts to spread solar energy useThe small, picturesque village of Balcombe in west Sussex became synonymous with fracking – and...
Drilling of holes to monitor ground movement and water pollution slammed as an attempt to dupe public over shale gas safetyHundreds of government-funded boreholes are set to be drilled across Britain to try to persuade the...
Dale Vince of Ecotricity is wrong to suggest that end-of-life costs for Hinkley Point C will be an economic burden on the UK (Report, 13 October). These costs are already included as part of the agreements reached with government,...
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