• Last Summer’s High Temperatures Helped Record UK Wine Production

    • Date: 05/03/19
    • Press Association

    British winemakers produced a record-breaking 15.6 million bottles last year, a 130% increase on the year before, a survey has confirmed. Last summer’s high temperatures boosted the bumper harvest but Wines of Great Britain (WineGB) said it predicted further substantial growth as a result of the ongoing proliferation of vineyards. The figures show the recent […]

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  • BBC Retract Fake IPPR Extreme Weather Claims

    • Date: 02/03/19
    • Paul Homewood, Not A Lot Of People Know That

    The BBC have been forced to retract their fake claims about extreme weather. Politicians and policymakers have failed to grasp the gravity of the environmental crisis facing the Earth, a report claims. The think-tank IPPR says human impacts have reached a critical stage and threaten to destabilise society and the global economy. They say since […]

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  • ‘Climate Breakdown’ … In 1948

    • Date: 01/03/19
    • Paul Homewood, Not A Lot Of People Know That

    While weather events such as this week’s and 1948’s are rare, they are just that – weather events. Caroline Lucas and her alarmist friends should study a bit of history. “The UK has broken the record for its warmest winter day for the second consecutive day, with a temperature of 21.2°C in Kew Gardens, London.“ […]

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  • EU Commission Admits £5bn Underestimation Of Renewable Energy Subsidies

    • Date: 23/02/19
    • Energy Voice

    The EU Commission has been accused of a gross miscalculation over its final renewable energy subsidies bill. John Constable of the Global Warming Policy Forum (GWPF) claims the EU Commission climate policy report contains a “substantive error”, miscalculating the cost of annual levies on UK consumers by £4.8 billion. He said the initial bill claimed […]

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  • GWPF Finds Major Error In EU Energy Study

    • Date: 22/02/19
    • Press Release, Global Warming Policy Forum

    Authors of EU Commission report confirm mistake In his column earlier this week, Dr John Constable, the GWPF’s energy editor, pointed out that the EU Commission’s recent study of the effect of climate and other policies on international competitiveness contained a substantive error. The report claimed that annual levies on UK consumers in 2016 for subsidies to renewable […]

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  • Biggest Ever Shale Gas Source Discovered In The UK

    • Date: 22/02/19
    • Daily Express

    A UK-based energy firm has discovered what it describes as the highest ever levels of shale gas at a site in Nottinghamshire. Energy giant Ineos said drill tests show readings in one area alone for enough shale gas to keep the whole country supplied for 29 years. The findings at the site in Tinker Lane […]

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  • Green Witch-Hunt Against Will Happer Backfires

    • Date: 22/02/19
    • Valerie Richardson - The Washington Times

    Princeton professor emeritus William Happer’s role in forming a White House climate security committee didn’t sit well with a number of media outlets, including the New York Times, which called the eminent physicist a “denialist.” The headline prompted a backlash from those who object to applying a derogatory label associated with Holocaust disbelief to scientists and […]

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  • Disgraced Deben’s Dodgy Drax Dealings

    • Date: 21/02/19
    • Guido Fawkes

    Disgraced Deben lobbied for more green subsidies on the same day as his dodgy Drax dealings. The formal inquiry into Lord Deben continues over the £600,000 in payments his family-run ‘Sustainability Consultancy’ Sancroft International received from taxpayer-subsidised ‘Green’ corporations – in what appears to be a flagrant conflict of interests with his role as Climate Change Committee chair. Now, confidential documents […]

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