Theresa May says there will be further proposals to support fracking

  Theresa May has confirmed the government will set out further proposals to support fracking, insisting it is good for the UK. The Prime Minister made an impassioned case for the controversial technique for shale gas extraction during Prime Minister’s Questions today. Her comments follow the Scottish Parliament’s backing to support Scotland’s fracking ban, with […]

PM: Man-made climate change is “serious threat”

Prime Minister David Cameron was forced to distance himself from climate change deniers in his party by describing “man-made climate change” as “one of the most serious threats” that faces the country. He was prodded into the remarks today by the Labour leader Ed Miliband during Prime Minister’s Questions. The Prime Minister was asked if […]

Cameron pledges to “roll back” green regulation

In a raucous exchange at the House of Commons today Prime Minister David Cameron pledged to “roll back” green regulation. When the issue of rising energy bills came up during Prime Minister’s Questions, Mr Cameron declared to hoots and jeers: “We need to roll back some of the green regulations and charges. We all know […]

Blog: Can public hatred of politicians be saved by singing MPs?

Has a singing politician Down Under set a ground-breaking precedent in 21st century politicking? There was one ray of light in the dust storm of disapproval felt by the Australian government this week after its controversial carbon tax came into effect. Protestors in Sydney poured their scorn on Aussie PM Julia Gillard – and her […]