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Back to the railway future

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Back to the future for Britain's railways

Dan Lewis, CapX

The nationalisation of the railways was the biggest industrial mistake in Britain's history. Before 1948, the railways were the focus of vast amounts of investment and innovation. That changed under state ownership. And privatisation has so far failed to fully undo the mess. Will the government's proposed reforms finish the job?

How Nicolas Maduro crushed dissent and clung on

Ryan Brading, CapX

Earlier this year, with the Venezuelan economy in cardiac arrest and its government loathed by the people, Maduro's downfall seemed inevitable. Now it seems the autocrat will weather the storm. The economic outlook is just as desperate and the electorate just as unhappy. But through ruthless repression, Maduro has reinforced his position

It's not an act

David A. Graham, The Atlantic

Donald Trump is in the midst of a meltdown. As well as retweeting far-right racists, the President has scuppered bipartisan negotiations and, according to some reports, is privately peddling a series of preposterous conspiracy theories. They are further proof that, rather than working to a plan, Trump is dishonest, bigoted and unfit for office.

Joe Ware, CapX

The Conservative government is rightly eager to keep the country's energy bills down. Why, then, is it so hostile to onshore wind power, the cheapest source of renewable energy? There is no case for getting in the way of those little platoons so keen to invest in cutting-edge technology on British soil. 

Germany goes rogue

Matthew Karnitschnig, Politico

The German Agriculture Minister surprised everyone this week by backing the approval of a controversial weedkiller at an EU meeting. This was just one example of how political chaos in Berlin is giving German ministers free rein in Brussels. How long until Europe's 'anchor of stability' returns to its usual predictable self?

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