Monthly Archives: April 2011

What is Regulation for?

What is Regulation for? This question is clearly of some interest to the current Government – you could be excused for thinking that their answer is “nothing useful – it’s all a burden on business and is holding back economic … Continue reading

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the costs of fertility

It was a wonderful sunny weekend in Dorset, and we went for a cycle ride along the Frome valley. Returning from our picnic we cycled along the edge of a field. The field was mostly rye-grass but along the very … Continue reading

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Food Futures: Sustainable Intensification or Agroecology?

Labour are going through a review of all their policies, trying to work out what they got wrong last time, and what they need to change to get the electorate to see them as electable next time round. Shadow Environment … Continue reading

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