• Brazil Ships Record Amount Of Coffee With 2018-19 Crop

    • Date: 09/07/19
    • Reuters

    Brazilian farmers shipped a record 37.12 million 60-kg (132-lb) bags of green coffee in the 2018-19 crop year ended in June, 38.1% more than the previous crop, as ample supplies from all-time high output boosted trade. According to a report from exporters association Cecafé released on Monday, June exports of green coffee totaled 2.58 million […]

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  • BBC Faces Legal Challenge As Viewers Raise Thousands To Tackle ‘Bias’

    • Date: 08/07/19
    • Daily Express

    The BBC is facing a legal challenge over the way it monitors its impartiality amid accusations of biased coverage. Crowdfunding group Stop BBC Bias is close to raising the £30,000 needed to seek a judicial review into the way the BBC meets its statutory obligation.  The case is being brought by ex-BBC producer and executive […]

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  • Only 11% Of Britons Regard Climate Change As Top Priority

    • Date: 07/07/19
    • Mail on Sunday

    Resolving Brexit should be the Government’s number-one priority – and is more important to voters than issues such as climate change, according to the results of a new survey. Only 11% mentioned climate as top issue facing the country. Thirty-six per cent of people questioned by pollsters Opinium identified Brexit as the most important issue […]

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  • Christopher Booker: Slayer Of Sacred Cows

    • Date: 06/07/19
    • Andy Shaw, Spiked

    The Private Eye co-founder was among our fiercest critics of groupthink. RIP. I was very saddened to hear this week that Christopher Booker – founding editor of Private Eye magazine, author and campaigning journalist – had died. Booker was prodigious. He is known to literature students for The Seven Basic Plots, a seminal book on storytelling tropes. In the early […]

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  • Brits Lose Interest In Green Cars As Government Cuts Subsidies

    • Date: 05/07/19
    • The Times

    The number of green cars sold in Britain has fallen for the first time in two years after the government cut subsidies. Last month 13,314 “alternatively fuelled” cars were registered, 12 per cent less than in June 2018. Sales of pure electric cars rose sharply but this was offset by a huge decrease in the […]

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  • Christopher Booker Dies Aged 81

    • Date: 03/07/19
    • GWPF

    Everyone at the GWPF was saddened to hear of the passing of our friend and colleague Christopher Booker, one of the doughtiest campaigners against global warming hysteria and vested interests in the climate debates.  Booker’s Sunday Telegraph columns never failed to question orthodoxies and to ask awkward questions about global warming dogmatism. He wrote two highly successful […]

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  • All You Need To Know About Britain’s Green Hypocrites

    • Date: 01/07/19
    • Daily Mail

    Glastonbury revellers are trudging through fields awash with litter as the progressive festival’s eco-plan for music lovers to ‘leave no trace’ begins to unravel on the event’s final day. Last night, festival-goers slammed the Somerset farm site as ‘disgusting’ and shamed their fellow attendees for chucking rubbish to the ground – sometimes just metres away […]

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  • House of Lords Rebukes Government for Rushing Through Net Zero

    • Date: 27/06/19
    • The Global Warming Policy Forum

    Last night, Peers rebuked the Government for committing the UK to a Net Zero emissions target with little scrutiny and no plan for how it might be achieved.  The Chancellor has warned that the cost of reducing net greenhouse emissions to zero by 2050 could be well in excess of £1 trillion. The sum would […]

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