“I think there’s kind of a lot of MPs who are absolutely signed up for tackling climate change,” says Eamonn Ives, Head of Energy and Environment at the Centre for Policy Studies, a free-market think tank. “But they need to be kept on board.” Read more in The Telegraph here.
The UK’s ascension to the 11-country Comprehensive and Progressive Agreement for Trans-Pacific Partnership (CPTPP) trade bloc will not lead to worse environmental standards or a diminishment of workers’ rights, according to a new think tank report. The Thatcherite Centre for Policy Studies think tank found new trade activity coming from joining the bloc would only… View Article
According to the Centre for Policy Studies – a right-wing think tank which focuses on free market policies – a carbon border tax on energy intensive imports would see importers from outside of the UK “put on a level playing field with British businesses”, they say this would help support the economies in many of the same… View Article