• Brilliant: UK Govt Won’t Bail Out Censorship Universities

    • Date: 17/07/20
    • The Guardian

    English universities must prove ‘commitment’ to free speech for bailouts Universities in England needing bailouts to survive the impact of Covid-19 will have to “demonstrate their commitment” to free speech as well as closing courses with low graduate pay, Gavin Williamson has announced. The education secretary laid out stringent conditions for universities facing bankruptcy to […]

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  • ‘Eco-Warriors’ Meghan and Harry’s Carbon Footprint Could Be 26 Times That Of The Average Brit

    • Date: 16/07/20
    • The Sun

    The carbon footprint of “eco-warriors” Prince Harry and Meghan could be 26 times higher than the average Brit. The ex-royals were seen on Friday in Beverly Hills in a Cadillac Escalade, said to be among the most polluting cars on the planet. But that motor — along with heat and carbon emissions from the 24,500sq ft eight-bed […]

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  • UK Government Announces Fund To Develop Small Nuclear Reactors

    • Date: 15/07/20
    • World Nuclear News

    The UK government has announced an investment of GBP40 million (USD50 million) in the development of advanced modular reactors (AMRs) and small modular reactors (SMRs). A government-commissioned report, meanwhile, has made recommendations for boosting the capability of the UK’s nuclear R&D sector and domestic supply chain to support future AMR deployment. Three-quarters of the funds […]

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  • UK Energy Consumers Face £25bn Green Energy Plan

    • Date: 13/07/20
    • Paul Homewood, Not A Lot Of People Know That

    Spend £25 billion to save £20 a year. That sounds like a bargain!! The energy watchdog has announced new plans to transform the UK’s gas power network, upgrading it to be more “green” and potentially saving Brits an average of £20 a year on their energy bills. Ofgem, the energy regulator, on Thursday published plans to invest […]

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  • Back To The Dark Ages: British Universities Adopt Communist Censorship Rules

    • Date: 10/07/20
    • The Times

    A group of British universities is devising courses in line with the censorship rules of the Chinese government. Four institutions are piloting a new online teaching platform for students in China which will allow them to continue or start degrees at UK institutions even if they stay at home in the autumn term because of the pandemic. […]

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  • Paris Agreement May Kill Boris Johnson’s ‘Unlawful’ Green Recovery Plans

    • Date: 09/07/20
    • GWPF & The Guardian

    Green campaigners are threatening to sue the UK government over its green recovery plan which they claim fails to comply with the Paris Agreement and is just ‘a fig-leaf for polluters’. Just as the third runway of Heathrow Airport was ruled unlawful because of the failure to assess its adherence with the Paris accord, this […]

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  • Boris Johnson Warned That Tone Deaf Carbon Taxes Risk ‘Poll Tax’ Fiasco

    • Date: 07/07/20
    • Global Warming Policy Forum

    London, 7 July: Boris Johnson has been warned that adopting extreme and politically insensitive carbon taxes threatens economic recovery, and will burden families, farmers and businesses resulting in an electoral debacle on a par with the “Poll Tax” fiasco. The green lobbyists and campaigners making up the self-described “Zero Carbon Commission” [1] are proposing the immediate introduction of carbon taxation in key […]

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  • Labour Split On Jeremy Corbyn’s Radical Climate Manifesto

    • Date: 03/07/20
    • The Independent

    Ed Miliband says Labour should not downgrade climate change policies. Comments come after Keir Starmer’s office suggested 2030 target could be pushed back Labour should not scale back the climate change policies it set out in its 2019 manifesto, Ed Miliband has said – after Keir Starmer’s office suggested a 2030 target could be shifted back because […]

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