- Is Rishi Sunak’s housing plan a Brexit success?
- How far will house prices fall?
- Blade Runners versus net zero
It was a week of turning points for some of the most important trends set to shape the UK’s future…
Does Nigel Farage back Rishi Sunak’s plan to build 100,000 homes that EU legislation had held up? Is this just the beginning of Brexit benefits as we tear up red tape?
House prices and transactions are still struggling with the bumbling Bank of England’s (BoE) high interest rates. Unfortunately, the BoE doesn’t produce gas and Europe is spending record amounts on Russian liquefied natural gas, funding Russia’s war effort. What could happen to energy prices and thereby inflation this winter? And what might the BoE do in response to another burst in the cost of living?
We’ve seen the public, the media and then the politicians turn on net zero. But the Ultra Low Emission Zone (ULEZ) rebellion has signalled something new.
Find out what the Blade Runners are up to and whether it’ll go beyond the ULEZ, from Nigel Farage…
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