Party Time For Politicians
As you may have noticed from the wall-to-wall politics on your TV or in your newspaper, there are elections pending.
It would have been nice, of course, if all this coverage and interest were devoted to the forthcoming local elections, but it took a general election to get people widely engaged.
Posted by Jon Reeds on 27 April 2017
We Are The Moderates Now
We live at a time when our political and economic systems have become dangerously unstable.
Many of our political parties are in turmoil, the international situation is grave, demagoguery is replacing democracy. Growing numbers now question the neo-liberal economic system which has dominated for mor...
Posted by Jon Reeds on 18 April 2017
These Dangers Are Real And Threaten You!
The time may have come to stop pussyfooting around when we warn about the dangers of catastrophic climate change and let people know the real horrors that lie ahead.
With extreme weather events now almost a daily occurrence somewhere on the planet, Arctic sea ice melting at unprecedented rates and y...
Posted by Jon Reeds on 07 April 2017
No progress on transport carbon
Scottish transport carbon emissions remain stubbornly high....
Added on 19 January 2017
Javid outlines housing plans
The communities secretary has given a few more details of the Home Building Fund in advance of a white paper....
Added on 11 October 2016
Fix local transport first urges Campaign
The Campaign for Better Transport is urging a shift in transport spending towards fixing existing infrastructure and local projects....
Added on 03 October 2016
Des Collins warns on Redcar
The solicitor who secured damages over reclamation of the Corby steel works has waded into the future of the Teesside site....
Added on 26 September 2016
Confused messages in Welsh transport plans
Welsh ministers have set out a plan to reduce greenhouse gas emissions with new public transport and to increase them with motorway construction....
Added on 23 September 2016
A CPRE paper says TOD can be used in small to medium sized towns....
Added on 20 September 2016
Government snubs call for contaminated land funding
DEFRA has refused a Commons select committee recommendation to continue funding council Part 2A work....
Added on 17 September 2016
Bill should support rural buses say campaigners
The Bus Services Bill needs amending say campaginers....
Added on 17 September 2016
Bradford goes for hypersprawl
Bradford City Council core strategy proposes building 11,000 homes in its green belt....
Added on 14 September 2016
Car-dependent sprawl for West Oxfordshire
The District Council is proposing destruction of a huge area of farmland beside the A40....
Added on 12 September 2016