Theresa May

From zero to hero?

Emily Beament
| 31st May 2019
Sir Brian Hoskins, chair of the Grantham Institute on Climate Change, among scientists calling on Theresa May to enshrine zero carbon target into UK law.

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Brexit and the corporate war on regulations designed to protect life itself

Professor John McMurtry
| 1st August 2017
Brexit is part of a corporate campaign to remove, undermine and attack European Union regulations and increase the rate of growth and profit. But these very regulations are necessary for the protection of the environment - and life itself. PROFESSOR JOHN McMURTRY, author of The Cancer Stage of Capitalism: from Crisis to Cure, raises the alarm.

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Ecologist Exclusive: Theresa May's views on fox hunting lack scientific validity

Iain McGill
Colleagues
| 5th June 2017
Theresa May's suggestion that she was going to allow a free vote in Parliament on repealing the Hunting Act met with howls of outrage , not least from vets concerned about animal welfare. Dr Iain McGill (who spoke at the recent Keep the Ban protest) and his colleagues write here about her ignorance on hunting and, given the Kimblewick hounds issue, the danger posed by making hunting legal again.

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The Crisis of Leadership

Gina Hayden
| 26th January 2017
As UK Prime Minister Theresa May arrives in Philadelphia for her first meeting with the newly-inaugurated President Trump, GINA HAYDEN, co-founder of The Global Centre for Conscious Leadership explores our current crisis in world leadership

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The Nuclear Sieve: why Hinkley C is on hold (yet again)

Dr David Lowry
| 29th July 2016
The huge marquee for VIP nuclear guests was already erected at the Hinkley site; champagne was already on ice; VIPs were en route to Somerset to party at the final breakthrough, when hundreds of thousands of contractual pages were due to be authorised with co-signatures of the contracting parties. Suddenly, everything was off. So what really happened asks DAVID LOWRY

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