[bdp_post_gridbox show_author=”false” show_sub_title=”false” show_comments=”false” show_category=”false” content_words_limit=”37″ height=”130″ media_size=”full” style_id=”1″]

Latest News

[bdp_post_carousel design=”design-14″ show_author=”false” show_sub_title=”false” show_comments=”false” show_category=”false” media_size=”full” style_id=”1″ dots=”false” auto_height=”true”]

[bdp_timeline design=”design-2″ show_comments=”false” show_category=”false” show_content=”false” style_id=”1″]

[bdp_timeline design=”design-7″ show_comments=”false” show_category=”false” show_content=”false” style_id=”1″]

[bdp_post_carousel design=”design-10″ show_author=”false” show_sub_title=”false” show_comments=”false” show_category=”false” style_id=”1″ slide_margin=”30″ stage_padding=”13″]

[bdp_post_list design=”design-4″ show_date=”false” show_author=”false” show_sub_title=”false” show_tags=”false” show_comments=”false” show_category=”false” show_content=”false” media_size=”thumbnail” style_id=”1″]

[bdp_post_slider design=”design-2″ show_author=”false” show_sub_title=”false” show_comments=”false” show_category=”false” style_id=”1″ auto_height=”true”]

[bdp_post_carousel show_author=”false” show_comments=”false” show_category=”false” media_size=”medium” dots=”false” autoplay_interval=”5500″ speed=”500″ limit=”30″]

UK green tax on household goods is part of Agenda 2030 and the circular economy

The Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development (“OECD”) and its Extended Producer Responsibility (“EPR”) strategy are part of Agenda 2030 and the circular economy agenda. Yesterday we published an article on the UK government imposing green taxes on household goods.  This is the rollout of the EPR plan devised by the OECD in 2001 and…

The Sound of Silence: Law Enforcement’s Role in Curtailing Free Speech

In both the United Kingdom and the United States, the principle of free speech—the right to express opinions without censorship or restraint—has long been a cornerstone of democracy. However, the past decade has witnessed a significant decline in this fundamental right. While some might argue that these changes are necessary for protecting individuals from hate…

Net Zero Zealots impose levy to increase the cost of household goods

Green levies to be imposed in the UK from April next year will increase food prices within months, pushing up shopping bills. Families are already facing spiralling food and drink prices as grocery bills will on average be £1,000 above 2020 levels by July 2023, according to calculations by the Resolution Foundation. The levy was…


Something went wrong. Please refresh the page and/or try again.