Even to the extent that we have actually discussed 'politics' in the office. Our office presents a fairly limited political view, purely because of a lack of diversity of the people that work here. However, even considering that we all seem to agree on some points and disagree on others but always come to an agreed consensus on the correct course of action this is what people do in the real world, you know it, we know it, so why does the idea of a government based on this premise seem so surprising to the media? I thought that the UK prided ourselves on pragmatism and 'making do' and that its those uptight Europeans worry too much about crossing t's and dotting i's (adding umlauts maybe?)
Anyway, we hope that our new government makes the tough decisions quickly and invigorates the manufacturing sector which has been in the doldrums for so long. REO's interest in renewable generation electrified rail and electric vehicle applications should see that we are well placed to benefit from the 'green economy' that is seen as the UK's big chance and we welcome the opportunity to work with you to help you realize your business goals .