The government is playing catch up to attract electric vehicle businesses to the UK, but the Automated and Electric Vehicles Bill marks a turning point A revolution in road transport is clearly on its way with electric vehicles leading the charge. But revolutions are never straightforward and there are political, regulatory and policy obstacles forRead more
The pace of change in the energy market increases each year, and 2018 looks set to be no exception. Rapid advances in technology and an increase in political salience make for an incredibly exciting – if not always easy – time to be involved in the energy sector. This new report considers the key developmentsRead more
Philip Hammond today placed a package of measures intended to address the UK’s housing crisis at the heart of a significant giveaway Budget delivered against a backdrop of significant downgrades in the broader economic outlook.
The Chancellor, Philip Hammond, today placed a package of measures intended to address the UK’s housing crisis at the heart of a giveaway Budget delivered against a backdrop of significant downgrades in the broader economic outlook. Previous criticisms of Hammond have often centred on a supposed lack of political antennae. Today he has tried toRead more
WA’s digest of the key energy sector policies and opportunities within the Government’s Clean Growth Strategy.
WA Health analysis and recommendations for engagement
With the Government just about being propped up with potential DUP support, May can’t afford to push through as much legislation as she would like. Power is shifting from the chamber to the corridors and the non-legislative measures matter just as much as the new bills. We’ve created a one page cheat sheet to getRead more
The government’s legislative programme for the next two years was announced at the Queen’s Speech a short time ago. The unusually extended (two year) parliamentary session testifies to the size of the Brexit task, with complex and controversial legislation demanding extra time and careful scheduling to move through Parliament. The speech itself had been delayedRead more