Energy and Climate Policies After Brexit – Francis McGowan

While not a central issue in the public debate on Brexit, the consequences of a vote to leave on energy, environment and climate policies in both the UK and the EU were much discussed in the sector itself.  NGOs and think tanks committed to the goal of a transition to a zero carbon energy economy … Continue reading Energy and Climate Policies After Brexit – Francis McGowan

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What if it’s a Dead Heat? – Sue Collard

If the most recent polls are to be believed (and as we all know, this is a very big ‘if), the result of Thursday’s referendum vote is likely to be very close. There has been much media comment on possible political scenarios that would follow from this, depending on whether we vote to Leave or … Continue reading What if it’s a Dead Heat? – Sue Collard

Running the circus: can “the monkeys” of the British public be trusted to determine our future in the European Union? – Phin Jennings

Democracy is great... Isn’t it? H. L. Mencken once famously described it as ‘the art and science of running the circus from the monkey cage’ and its critics include Plato and Nietzsche. Nonetheless, on the 23rd of June these ‘monkeys’ will be tasked with deciding whether or not the UK should remain in the European … Continue reading Running the circus: can “the monkeys” of the British public be trusted to determine our future in the European Union? – Phin Jennings