The Conservative war on road safety has begun Read more.
Before the UK commissions a high speed rail network, we should ask ourselves some big questions. Read more.
As BA reports massive losses, isn’t it time to scrap the airport expansion programme? Read more.
Pay drivers to scrap their cars? We might as well burn ten-pound notes in power stations. Read more.
In the fifth and final interview in the first series of fierce encounters with policy makers, I give the chief executive of easyJet the third degree. Read more.
How did Marxist class warriors end up fighting for the bosses’ right to fly? Read more.
Dr Beeching helped turn the country I’ve come to love into an outpost of empire. Now his legacy can be reversed. Read more.
Another set of corporations is pressing for public money. Governments should let them die. Read more.
A new generation of biofuels turns out to be another environmental disaster Read more.
Biofuels could kill more people than the Iraq war. Read more.
The climate camp at Heathrow is materially different from protests that have taken place in Britain before. Read more.
Though the government is planning a massive expansion of transport networks, it has never considered this question. Read more.
We need a global campaign for road safety, but not one controlled by the motor industry. Read more.
The government knows that its airport plans will cancel out all its efforts to tackle climate change. Read more.
The most miserable of transport modes, the coach, could be used to transform the way we travel. Read more.