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Alan Whitehead argues that while everyone was enjoying their August break the government quietly failed to address the costly dysfunction at the heart of the Capacity Market

August is the month where government announcements and consultations take on quite a different complexion than during the other 11 months of the year. During those months, announcements are typically high...

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