These dire energy scenarios might prove an excuse to backtrack on climate change commitments over the next decade, as energy supplies and storage dive. “Imported fuel adds to costs for U.K. consumers, whose electricity costs are already higher than for other EU nations, according to a government paper from January on the nation’s post-Brexit industrial… Read More New cables planned to import electricity from EU. Taking back control?
The last few days of winter have been a whirlwind. Martin McGuinness resigned and forced new elections in Northern Ireland. Sinn Fein surged leading calls to reject Brexit and the threat of a hard border separating north and south. The idea of a united Ireland has surfaced once more. Scottish leader, Nicola Sturgeon then stunned… Read More End of an era and a start of another
An excerpt from Le Monde. Link below for the full article. Les désaccords sur le revenu universel, la réforme fiscale ou la politique internationale semblent empêcher tout rapprochement entre les deux candidats. LE MONDE | 20.02.2017 à 13h00 • Mis à jour le 21.02.2017 à 16h31 | Par Simon Auffret Le rapprochement évoqué entre Benoît… Read More What divides the French Left candidates?