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The Commonwealth Summit in London 2018

It was Henry Ford who said: “Don’t just find fault, find a remedy”. We have all attended conferences and summits which have been ‘more talk than walk and more activity than action’. That is why it is vital that there be real outcomes from the next Commonwealth summit, encompassing the findings of the people’s forum and the parliamentary forum. It …

Taylor Tabled

Questions Asked 16 October 2023 Department for Energy Security and Net Zero Energy: Social Tariffs HL10589 To ask His Majesty’s Government what assessment they have made of recent research from the energy provider EDF which found that 77 per cent of the British public support the introduction of a social tariff for vulnerable energy customers; and whether they have any plans to introduce …