Scotland can expect a huge hangover after vote | The Japan Times

Illustration of how liquid democracy works.

Illustration of how liquid democracy works. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

The Japan Times has published an interesting Reuter’s article by Bill Coles. It’s well worth a read. Check it out!

via Scotland can expect a huge hangover after vote | The Japan Times.

There are some interesting insights here.

Why did the three main UK political parties leave it to Alistair Darling to champion the “No” campaign?

Once again, if the result is a “Yes” I think that the leaders of the three main political parties, Cameron, Clegg and Milliband should all resign.

What about the rights of the English, the Welsh and the Northan Islanders.? Why didn’t they get a vote in the referendum?

Thoughts?

Nuclear outage heightens UK energy supply fears – FT.com

English: Risk management sub processes

English: Risk management sub processes (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Here’s another excellent article from the FT. Check it out!

via Nuclear outage heightens UK energy supply fears – FT.com.

Some may think that this bad luck or just a risk management issue.

But for John Gelmini and myself, the markers are clear, there is an absence of an effective energy strategy in Europe. It’s Europe that does not have the strategy but the lights will go off in the UK!

By the way, nuclear safety regulation is a large department at the European Commission’s Energy Directorate. Surely, you’re not surprised?

Once again, we are back to strategy. David Cameron’s government must have a clear strategy in its dealings with all manner of interventions. See my blog entitled Abuse of Strategy and John Gelmini’s excellent response which I reblogged.

Thoughts?

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