Government’s latest crackpot scheme: making businesses pay for the right to pollute.
Labour left the country riddled with debt and drowning in a sea of pointless legislation.
Licensing schemes are just another empty excuse for the government to go quango crazy.
MPs are adding sash windows and guest loos to their second homes. And we’re footing the bill.
We’re living on beans on toast while civil servants “build relationships” over three courses and Chablis.
Being an aristocrat’s crony is your ticket to a job in Cabinet. So how do plebs like us get a look-in?
Private sector workers cling to their jobs, while public sector fat cats lap up the big bucks. What gives?
America’s New Deal bought bridges and dams. We get social cohesion websites.
Northern Rock. HBOS. Bradford & Bingley: banks are going bust, but the watchdog’s sitting pretty.
Forget greedy energy companies. Regulation-happy bureaucrats are behind soaring oil and gas prices.
There’s only one place for the wasteful and costly “pay as you go” rubbish tax: the bin.
The HMRC data leak has placed data protection well and truly in the spotlight. But is there one rule for government and another for business?