• The Environment Agency Shouldn’t Use Climate Change As An Excuse For Its Own Incompetence

    • Date: 12/11/19
    • Ross Clark, The Daily Telegraph

    Thank God for climate change. If it wasn’t for that get-out clause the Environment Agency might actually be held accountable for defending homes and businesses against flood risk, and for giving accurate warnings about imminent flooding. In an extraordinary interview on the Today programme yesterday the agency’s Executive Director of Operations, Toby Willison, was invited to respond to […]

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  • The Rise of Liberal Fascism: UK Students Turn Against Free Speech Amid ‘Culture Of Conformity’

    • Date: 11/11/19
    • The Times

    Fewer than half of students consistently support freedom of speech and two fifths favour censorship and no-platforming of controversial speakers, research has shown. A “culture of conformity” may also be having an effect on undergraduates, who are often too intimidated to espouse unpopular views on campus, according to a report by the centre-right think tank […]

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  • For Britons, Petrol Vehicles Top List For Next Car Purchase

    • Date: 08/11/19
    • Fleet Point

    Despite the environment being the biggest driver for switching to an electric vehicle, new research by digital transformation agency, Somo, has identified that the interest in petrol vehicles is not declining. In fact, over half would consider purchasing a petrol engine vehicle next, and, surprisingly, a quarter are still considering diesel engines. In an independent […]

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  • Climate Alarmists Approve First Deep Coal Mine In Decades

    • Date: 02/11/19
    • BBC News

    Plans for the UK’s first deep coal mine in decades will go ahead after the government decided not to intervene. West Cumbria Mining said the new mine – near the site of the former Haig Colliery in Whitehaven which shut in 1986 – would create 500 jobs. Cumbria county councillors gave it the go-ahead in […]

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  • With Elections Coming Up, Tories Halt Fracking

    • Date: 02/11/19
    • Metro

    The controversial practice of fracking has been stopped amid fears of earthquakes. Environmentalists have welcomed the unexpected move by the government, hailing it as a victory for communities and the climate. The announcement follows a report by the Oil and Gas Authority, which said it was not possible to predict the probability or size of […]

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  • Tories Set To Announce Moratorium On Fracking

    • Date: 31/10/19
    • Daily Mail

    Boris Johnson is poised to announce a moratorium on fracking, amid rising concern that controversy about the technology could dent Tory election hopes. Government sources said that an effective ban on new fracking would be announced within days, following an earthquake in Lancashire in August. Mr Johnson hinted at the ban on Wednesday, telling MPs an […]

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  • Extinction Rebellion Co-Founder Calls For 1800 Protesters To Go To Prison

    • Date: 29/10/19
    • Gaia Fawkes

    Extinction Rebellion co-founder, Roger Hallam, has launched a new campaign to get 1800 protest participators arrested.  For once, Guido’s ears perked up… In his first Facebook post since leaving the comfort of Her Majesty’s pleasure at Wormwood Scrubs – where he has resided for six weeks following Extinction Rebellion’s Westminster ‘shutdown’ – Hallam writes “going to prison […]

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  • BBC Facing Extinction If It Fails To Win Back Young Viewers

    • Date: 25/10/19
    • Deadline News

    The BBC is facing the very real threat of extinction unless it can urgently win back young viewers following the explosion in streaming services like Netflix and YouTube. That’s the eye-catching conclusion of an annual health check on the BBC’s output and operations by its regulator Ofcom, which published a 57-page report on its findings on Thursday. Ofcom said the […]

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