Tumbrels on Sunday
The 'Nudge Unit' is the group of eight civil servants whose job it is to come up with ways of helping us make better choices – without forcing us to do so.
My first Tumbrel is for Chris Huhne
Read about why in the Mail on Sunday
“The stealth levies, introduced to fund Britain’s investment in wind and solar power, are costing families an average of £200 a year – two-thirds of the amount the Cabinet Minister said they should be able to save. This represents an increase of between 15 and 20 per cent on the average domestic power bill. The money is being used to help fund the building of 10,000 wind turbines and the proposed installation of £7 billion worth of smart meters in homes.”