Matt Chorley

Matt Chorley is Political Correspondent for The Independent on Sunday.

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Onshore wind farms are by far the largest source of renewable energy, up 50 per cent in a year, yet also one of the most politically divisive

Britain's supply of green energy soars

Power from wind, waves and sun grew by a third last year. And 'Turquoise Tories' are urging the Government to get behind the industry

Ken Clarke, the Justice
Secretary, will announce tomorrow that
he is increasing the amount of money raised
from offenders from £10m to £50m

Ex-Home Secretary hits out: Every offender to pay more

Lawbreakers face higher fines to fund victims' compensation

Cameron plans fresh crackdown on benefits

Every person under the age of 25 will be banned from state help with housing costs, under controversial plans set out by David Cameron.

Rowan Williams blasts Big Society

David Cameron's vision of a Big Society uses "aspirational waffle" to disguise deep cuts to the state, the Archbishop of Canterbury has claimed.

Embattled: Deputy PM Nick Clegg is copying Roosevelt

Clegg says 'bring on the hatred'

Deputy PM plans a hair-shirt tour to meet his many critics head on

Supermarket customers used 6.4 billion bags in 2010/11

Osborne defies PM and blocks plastic bag tax

We are using more and more, but Treasury puts popularity with shoppers before the environment

The House of Lords faces change, more than 100 years after the House of Commons won new powers

PM seeks to buy off Lords reform rebels

Cameron insists on changes to Bill to avoid embarrassing defeat by his own backbenchers

Matt Chorley: I'll buy fruit in laybys when it starts raining cream

Every strawberry must dream of passing away at Wimbledon.

Carr on his tax situation: 'I hate to sound like I'm passing the buck but I’ll tell you who I blame for this whole mess: me. It's entirely my fault. It's quite a complicated arrangement, but I think from a legal standpoint now I'm actually a member of Take That'

8 out of 10 fat cats pay their way*

(*Well, more do than you might think) - Most people are honest about paying the Treasury. But 10 per cent will always fiddle, despite the risk of being caught

School is out: Young people in Bristol, where there are 1,300 'troubled families'

IoS exclusive: Problem families told - 'Stop blaming others'

Eric Pickles tells IoS he will pay councils to end the 'it's not my fault' culture by targeting truants and jobless

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