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As the world meets in Poland to discuss, yet again, what to do about climate change, those who hold shares in oil, coal or gas will have taken heart from the Gilet Jaune movement in France which has driven its Government to abandon plans to raise oil prices to reduce greenhouse gas emissions. The ne...

Posted by Jon Reeds on 07 December 2018

 

Village Football, Armaments And The Planning System

When I was much younger, I kept a rather dull daily diary for a few years. The brief entry for 22 November 1975 reminds me that Eynsham Reserves played away versus Adlestrop in the Cup, on the pitch at Oddington. Unfortunately we lost 1-6 and I noted that I thought Adlestrop was in Gloucestershire. ...

Posted by Nigel Pearce on 04 December 2018

 

Democracy, Populism And Planning

All around the world, democracy is facing a bit of a shaky future. We may have been here before, but the travails that beset the world last time this happened inspire little confidence in the future, even if democracy survived. Right now, learned academics are grappling with new definitions of popul...

Posted by Jon Reeds on 25 November 2018

 

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