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Chris Evans, deputy managing director at Rolton Group, reacts to the Chancellor’s announcement to deliver £420-million to tackle Britain’s roads.

“The Chancellor’s commitment to deliver £420-million to tackle Britain’s decrepit roads is a mere drop in the ocean of what needs to be ring-fenced to deliver a capable sustainable transport infrastructure. Announcing measures to tackle […]

Energy Lawyers

LEADING EMERGING MARKETS TEAM OF TOM TRIMBLE AND JOHN BRYANT JOINS WINSTON, EXPANDING REACH IN AFRICA AND LATAM

London (October 23, 2018) –Winston & Strawn LLP is pleased to announce the addition of leading emerging markets attorneys Thomas B. (Tom) Trimble as partner and John David Bryant as counsel in the firm’s Washington, […]

Business, Energy, Technology

CONTIGO SAYS FAST AND EFFECTIVE ETRM IMPLEMENTATIONS CRUCIAL IN A CHALLENGING ENERGY MARKET

In a challenging and fast-changing energy market, it is more important than ever for businesses to be using systems and processes that provide efficiencies and help maintain a competitive advantage. However, research by UK based, […]

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Britain’s relationship with China on plastic waste

The author of the article is Richard Walker, who is the marketing manager at Reconomy. As of January 2018, China has placed a strict ban on the import of plastic waste. This has had a […]

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Nicholas Newman publishes two new reports on European renewables

Today, energy journalist Nicholas Newman releases two reports on the renewable energy sector in Europe. One report covers the wind sector and the other report, the solar sector. Both reports, are free to download. These reports describe […]

Going Out, Julia Gasper, Review, Theatre

Verdi’s LA TRAVIATA by Welsh National Opera at New Theatre, Oxford

A review by Julia Gasper La Traviata is an old favourite but this revival of a classic production by WNO brings it up as fresh as if you had never heard it before. It really […]

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Explore the world by motorcycle – but don’t forget the comfy seat

by Philip Hunt   Oxford, Sept 2018. Overland Event at the end of August 2018, in Hill End camp near Oxford, was inspiring and mundane in equal proportions. Inspiring because it brought together the largest […]

Business, Energy

UK energy supply chain is innovating its way out of the crisis

Export is the least used strategy to grow for the second year The Energy Industries Council (EIC), the leading trade association for companies that supply goods and services to the energy industries worldwide, has released […]

Oxford

LEWIS PUGH COMPLETES HIS LATEST CHALLENGE ‘THE LONG SWIM’

  UN Patron of the Oceans completes The Long Swim at Shakespeare Beach, Dover Lewis greeted by the Environment Secretary Michael Gove after swimming the length of The English Channel Lewis has swum 530km since […]

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   OXFORD LIEDER FESTIVAL  12 – 27 October 2018

           The Grand Tour – A European Journey in Song A celebration of European song will be the focus of the 2018 Oxford Lieder Festival and will showcase the familiar masterpieces of the song repertoire while exploring wider […]