• Two-Thirds Of Britons Say Tackling Covid-19 Is More Important Than Climate Change, New Poll Reveals

    • Date: 11/09/20
    • GWPF & Sky News

    A new YouGov poll carried out by Sky News reveals a growing trend among Britons since the start of the Covid-19 crisis to downgrade their concern about global warming. In May, the GWPF published a poll carried out by YouGov which showed a massive swing in public opinion since 12 March, when the public were first […]

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  • The Price Of Bias: BBC Licence Fee On The Way Out, Says Senior MP

    • Date: 10/09/20
    • The Times

    The licence fee is “morally on the way out” and the BBC should be required to make much of its money through optional subscriptions, the chairman of the culture select committee said. Julian Knight, the Conservative MP, said the corporation’s sprawling size had done lasting damage to the media industry, arguing that commercial publishers could […]

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  • California Wildfires: ‘Gender Reveal’ Party Blamed For Disaster

    • Date: 09/09/20
    • BBC News

    Officials have blamed a gender reveal party for one of several wildfires raging in the US state of California. A “smoke-generating pyrotechnic device” at the event sparked the El Dorado fire, which has now spread over 7,000 acres. It is one of more than two dozen blazes across the state. California is currently experiencing a […]

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  • British Public Turned Off By Climate Extremists

    • Date: 09/09/20
    • Gaia Fawkes

    The public, it appears, are not buying Extinction Rebellion’s nonsense a second time around. While there was a slight rise in the environmental concerns after the groups mass protests last year, after the previous week-and-a-half of well-publicised Extinction Rebellion activity there is a very different story.  YouGov polling reveals the issue is a full 13 points lower […]

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  • Priti Patel Brands Extinction Rebellion Protesters ‘Eco-Crusaders Turned Criminals’

    • Date: 08/09/20
    • Daily Mail

    Britain’s Home Secretary Priti Patel branded Extinction Rebellion protesters as ‘so-called eco-crusaders turned criminals’ today as she vowed to crack down on their ‘guerrilla tactics’. Speaking to the Police Superintendents’ Association annual conference, the Home Secretary said she would not allow the group to cause ‘anarchy’. The strong words come after XR’s printing press blockade which left some newsagents’ […]

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  • Nearly Half Of British Public Say They Will Never Buy An Electric Car

    • Date: 08/09/20
    • The Daily Telegraph

    Nearly half of the UK public say they will never buy an electric car because of a lack of charging points, according to a new survey.  The cost of EVs is the other major reason why 46 per cent of people say they would not buy one in the future, the survey by Ford Motors has found.  […]

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  • Extinction Rebellion Facing ‘Organised Crime’ Curbs

    • Date: 05/09/20
    • The Sunday Telegraph

    Government crackdown on extremist group after “unacceptable” attack on free press Extinction Rebellion could be treated as an organised crime group as part of a major crackdown on its activities that may also include new protections for MPs, judges and the press, the Telegraph can disclose. Whitehall sources said Boris Johnson and Priti Patel have […]

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  • UK Government Condemns Extinction Rebellion For ‘Attack On Democracy’

    • Date: 05/09/20
    • The Daily Telegraph

    Home Secretary Priti Patel has condemned Extinction Rebellion (XR) for an “attack on democracy” after the group blockaded major printing presses in a move to stop a range of papers reaching news stands on Saturday. More than 100 protesters used vehicles and bamboo lock-ons to block roads outside the printing works at Broxbourne, Hertfordshire, and Knowsley, near Liverpool. The […]

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