Saving the Environment – Give yourself a pat on the back

In 2017, the global growth of renewable energy was 17%. This is the 14th successive year that growth has been in the double digits. In global power, renewable energy accounts for nearly 50%. This is amazing progress which should be positively recognised. This could be because of our everyday efforts, for which we deserve a … More Saving the Environment – Give yourself a pat on the back

Charlie Parton, diplomat in China – “The worst thing in life is to be bored”

On the 23rd March I had the absolute pleasure of meeting and interviewing Charlie Parton having listened to a talk about his current perspective on China and its rising global presence. Tap image for video: Having spent around 40 years as a diplomat in China, he is incredibly knowledgeable and was inspiring to speak to. … More Charlie Parton, diplomat in China – “The worst thing in life is to be bored”

Gordon Brown Confesses the Hardest Point of his Political Career So Far

As always, juggling camera in one hand, phone in another and somehow also my notebook, I rushed forward. As if in seconds, I was standing opposite the former Prime Minister. Feeling entirely overwhelmed, I stretched my phone out to him and asked the first question on my list (click on picture): On Tuesday 14th November … More Gordon Brown Confesses the Hardest Point of his Political Career So Far

Great characteristics to look out for in politicians

These essential traits can be found across all parties in politics, across the globe. Honesty Jacob Rees-Mogg – ‘rather uplifting’ that there has been an increase in food bank usage – you may not agree with this statement, but one should admire his honest, straight and perhaps revealing statement. Consistency Donald Trump – Paris Climate … More Great characteristics to look out for in politicians