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Neoliberal training policy comes home to roost

Unemployed

The impact of migration on jobs is believed to lie at the heart of last year’s Brexit vote.  Free movement of people, it was argued, was responsible for depriving indigenous workers of the employment they need.  Halting free movement, then, was supposed to result in more and better jobs for …

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The distinct whiff of ministerial greenwash

Solar Power

Green virtue signalling has become so prominent that even Tory ministers are getting in on the act.  Today, Business and Energy Secretary Greg Clark will announce a new Industrial Strategy that, apparently, aims to power the UK economy with solar panels. What’s not to like? Except, of course, that this …

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