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- JohnTilley 2nd Mar - 2:23pm
Dr Michael Taylor, Julian Heather and others -- let us give credit where it is due. This is an verbatim extract from the report published...
- Matthew Huntbach 2nd Mar - 2:15pm
stuart moran I think it could be very much simpler than it is and if any money needs to be borrowed it is done so...
- Matthew Huntbach 2nd Mar - 2:07pm
Jenny Barnes Matthew. “I have my job to protect” That’s my point. If what you are is a deliverer of market services, then fine. Let...
- John Grout 2nd Mar - 1:57pm
I am currently coming to the end of a PhD in Syrian and Iraqi archaeology; for the past 4 years I have watched the very...
- Liberal Neil 2nd Mar - 1:54pm
The SNP are at, what, 2-3% in the polls, and seem quite chipper? It's not your UK-wide percentage that counts, it's where the votes are.
- JohnTilley 2nd Mar - 1:52pm
Julian Heather You seem to beieve that fuel poverty is declining. The Government's own Fuel Poverty Advisory Group says otherwise. https://www.gov.uk/government/uploads/system/uploads/attachment_data/file/48299/4664-exec-summary-fuel-pov-final-rpt.pdf