• UK Govt Punishes Voters As Costly Climate Policies Drive Up Electricity Bills

    • Date: 04/03/20
    • Bloomberg

    Electricity bills are headed higher for British households even though costs in the wholesale market are falling, a phenomena that one utility blamed on the government and grid operators. Bulb Energy Ltd. became the first energy supplier to raise its prices, citing higher network and policy costs. It blamed a 3% increase in the charges […]

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  • After 30 Years Of Climate Hysteria, Nearly Half Of British Conservative Activists Remain Sceptical

    • Date: 03/03/20
    • Conservative Home

    So almost half of Party members, if our survey is right, are in line with the party political consensus – that human activity is driving global warming. Roughly a third believe that global warming is happening, but not that human activity is driving it.  They presumably place greater stress on the role of “natural forces […]

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  • Another Day, Another Blunder: New Subsidies To Renewables Are A Costly Mistake

    • Date: 03/03/20
    • Press Release, Global Warming Policy Forum

    London, 3 March: The Global Warming Policy Forum (GWPF) has warned Boris Johnson that his government’s plan to increase the multi-billion renewables subsidy burden for households and businesses is a risk to Britain’s post-Brexit economic plans. Subsidies to renewable electricity generators such as wind and solar currently amount to nearly £10 billion a year, a […]

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  • British Conservative Activists Don’t Believe There’s A Climate Emergency

    • Date: 02/03/20
    • Guido Fawkes

    The media-generated hyper-reality that we are experiencing resembles the period when fears of nuclear war in the late 80s peaked. ConservativeHome’s regular survey of activists asked them what they thought about the so-called “climate emergency“. By a margin of more than 2-to-1 (of those who expressed a preference) they said there is no climate emergency. The astonishing thing […]

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  • Conservative Party Activists: ‘There Is No Climate Emergency’

    • Date: 02/03/20
    • Conservative Home

    Almost two-thirds of those Conservatives polled say that there is no Climate Change Emergency.   The monthly survey regularly polls our panel of Party members for their views on major policy issues.  But it has never as far as we can see asked them about Climate Change. So here we go – as the UK […]

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  • Paris Agreement & Climate Lawfare Threatens British Economy

    • Date: 28/02/20
    • The Times

    Dozens of airport, road and energy projects have been thrown into doubt after judges delivered a crushing blow to plans for a third runway at Heathrow over its impact on the environment. The Court of Appeal ruled yesterday that the government’s policy on expanding the airport was unlawful because ministers had failed to take proper account of […]

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  • After Heathrow Victory, BBC & Climate Activists Target UK Road Expansion

    • Date: 28/02/20
    • BBC News

    After blockading the expansion of Heathrow airport the all-out climate law fare against Britain’s development and infrastructure programme took another turn with attempts to stop the government’s road programme Plans for a £28.8bn roads programme could be challenged in the courts for breaching the UK’s laws on climate change. The plans, due to be published […]

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  • Tory MPs Write To Chancellor Rishi Sunak Urging Him To Drop Plans For Fuel Duty Rise

    • Date: 26/02/20
    • Daily Mail

    More than a dozen Tory MPs in ‘Red Wall’ seats have written to the Chancellor warning him not to ‘clobber’ their constituents by hiking fuel duty. The group said a rise that hits voters who backed the Tories for the first time in December’s election would ‘send the wrong message’. ‘Any decision to scrap the […]

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