Daily Archives: September 25, 2013

Labour plays the Soviet card

Labour’s energy price-freeze proposal harks back to the worst days of Labour’s wage-and-price controls, and before that to the disastrous efforts of the Soviet Union.  Government interference in markets always does more harm than good.  Imposing arbitrary price caps removes … Continue reading

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Climate Change: The Reality

For a number of years now a group of distinguished and independent scientists, headed by my old friend Professor Fred Singer, have been shadowing the work of the IPCC.  Rather cheekily, they call their group the Non-governmental International Panel on … Continue reading

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