• We Must Act Now To Keep The Lights On Or It Might Be Too Late

    • Date: 19/03/18
    • Brian Monteith, The Scotsman

    Actions have consequences, so it is no surprise that in response to the UK ordering the departure of 23 Russian diplomats following the Salisbury poisoning that Russia has responded in kind by ordering 23 UK diplomats to leave Russia and the British Council and our St Petersburg consular offices cease operations. In addition there shall […]

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  • We Must Turn Off The Russian Gas Tap And Get Fracking

    • Date: 18/03/18
    • Harry Wilkinson, The Conservative Woman

    The recent gas shortages and price spikes are a wake-up call. Russia’s outrageous behaviour makes it the last country we should rely on to keep the lights burning. What has got us into this mess? A decade of virtue-signalling, ‘alternative facts’ and wishful thinking, all utterly divorced from Britain’s national interest and the need for cheap, […]

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  • We Listened To The Eco-Fantasists Over Fracking And Now We Have Hostile Russia Heating Our Homes

    • Date: 16/03/18
    • Editorial, The Sun

    Let this Russian crisis be the moment Britain finally wakes up to the need for new power stations and for shale gas – as much as we can possibly extract. FOR years The Sun warned Labour, coalition and Tory Governments of the folly of leaving our energy supply at the mercy of flaky foreign powers. […]

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  • ‘Beast From The East’ Exposed Britain’s Energy Failings

    • Date: 13/03/18
    • Tony Lodge, The Daily Telegraph

    The recent severe weather placed a huge strain on Britain’s energy networks. As well as a gas supply threat there were troubling signs that electricity supplies were dangerously exposed. Current policies are set to make the situation worse. During the chill at the start of the month, despite high electricity demand here, almost 2 gigawatts […]

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  • Oren Cass: Doomsday Climate Scenarios Are a Joke

    • Date: 12/03/18
    • Oren Cass, The Wall Street Journal

    Debates over climate change are filled with dire estimates of its cost. This many trillions of dollars of damage, that large a share of gross domestic product destroyed, so-and-so many lives lost, etc. Where do such figures come from? Mostly from laughably bad economics. ILLUSTRATION: CHAD CROWE This has nothing to do with the soundness of […]

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  • Rep. Lamar Smith: We Should Welcome Critical Climate Research, Not Resist it

    • Date: 12/03/18
    • Rep. Lamar Smith | Fox News

    Climate alarmism has become the chant of the media and liberals who favor more government regulations. As Chairman of the House Science Committee, I have challenged the alarmist rhetoric and pursued the facts about climate change. The Committee follows the scientific method, which welcomes critiques, avoids exaggerated predictions, and relies on unbiased data. Unfortunately, alarmists […]

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  • Will Boisvert: The Conquest of Climate

    • Date: 10/03/18
    • Will Boisvert, Progress and Peril

    How bad will climate change be? Not very. No, this isn’t a denialist screed. Human greenhouse emissions will warm the planet, raise the seas and derange the weather, and the resulting heat, flood and drought will be cataclysmic. Cataclysmic — but not apocalyptic. While the climate upheaval will be large, the consequences for human well-being […]

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  • Energy Prices Must Fall to Cut Deaths in the Cold

    • Date: 09/03/18
    • Harry Wilkinson, The Conservative Woman

    A dwindling gas supply, sheep stuck in the ice, billions of pounds in lost growth, blocked roads, and I didn’t receive my copy of The Spectator! The ‘Beast from the East’ has taken its toll on all of us. These severe occurrences bear witness to the true danger and savagery of the cold. This was […]

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