The polls may be daunting, but the green business case for voting yes to a change in the electoral system remains clear
According to any poll you care to look at, the Yes campaign for the alternative vote system is about to take an almighty kicking in today's referendum, putting back hopes of even modest electoral reform...
Review will look at penalties, contract lengths, and potentially opening up capacity market to new technologies such as renewables, Minister tells energy sector conference
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