Guest Blog: Mervyn Bowden – Politicians should go back to school – 10 lessons to learn

Whichever way you plan to cast your vote in the forthcoming referendum, what has become increasingly clear is demonstrable proof that our political class universally and regardless of party hue and persuasion, behave in a way which would get seven-year olds expelled from their respective primary schools. Should we introduce a system of yellow and […]

Editorial – DECC’s women in power bust up

You may not have noticed our DECC ministers much lately. I certainly haven’t. We’ve been pretty quiet on that front for a while, the odd appearance by Andrea Leadsom here and there, Lord Bourne popping up but Amber Rudd? Then I switched onto the EU tv debate last night and it all became clear. DECC […]