• Boris Johnson Appoints Climate Sceptics To His New Government

    • Date: 20/12/19
    • Wales Online

    Following the election one of Boris Johnson’s first acts has been to appoint climate change sceptics to his cabinet. This is despite election claims that his government would take the unfolding climate disaster (sic) seriously. Monmouth MP David TC Davies has been made a minister in the Wales Office, and assistant government whip. Mr Davies […]

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  • Green Blob, Climate Alarmists & BBC Start Anti-Boris Johnson Campaign

    • Date: 18/12/19
    • The London Economic, The Guardian & Roger Harrabin

    A group of green NGOs, climate activists and the BBC seem to have kicked off a campaign to pressure, embarrass and humiliate Boris Johnson over his governments climate policies. It is almost certain that we can expect this campaign to accelerate in coming months as the new government begins to approve new infrastructure projects, new […]

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  • Boris Johnson’s Plan To Slash Your Energy Bill By £750

    • Date: 18/12/19
    • Daily Express

    Boris Johnson has pledged to invest more than £6billion to improve the energy efficiency of 2.2 million homes, meaning energy bills could be slashed as much as £750 a year. Mr Johnson is already said to be in the driving seat for a comfortable majority two weeks before the UK heads to the polls, according to a […]

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  • London Introduces World’s First Green Apartheit Street Where Only Rich EV Owners Are Allowed To Drive

    • Date: 17/12/19
    • London Evening Standard

    Petrol and diesel cars are set to be completely banned from a busy London street under plans for Britain’s first 24-hour zero-emissions road. Such vehicles are to be rerouted using advance warnings and signage on the approach to the Barbican Estate’s Beech Street in the City. The City of London Corporation (CLC) said the measure would […]

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  • The Energy-Cost Campaign That Helped The Tories To Win Over Labour Seats

    • Date: 15/12/19
    • The Daily Telegraph

    The Conservatives targeted voters in the country’s most marginal seats with tailored Facebook and Instagram advertisements featuring warnings about how a Labour government would increase the cost of petrol and heating and hike inheritance tax. A Telegraph audit of the Tories’ digital offensive reveals a highly targeted operation aimed at key seats the party was […]

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  • Boris Johnson May Abolish BBC Licence Fee In Wake Of His Election Victory

    • Date: 15/12/19
    • The Sunday Telegraph

    Boris Johnson has ordered his aides to launch an urgent review into decriminalising the BBC license fee in the wake of his election triumph. The move, which is bound to trigger a showdown with the corporation, comes as Downing Street has decided to impose an effective boycott of Radio 4’s flagship news programme over allegations of […]

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  • Annual COP Ritual: UN Climate Talks Deadlocked As Rifts Among Countries Remain

    • Date: 14/12/19
    • Associated Press

    MADRID (AP) — Countries remained deadlocked Saturday in talks over combating climate change as U.N. talks dragged on beyond the official deadline with no end in sight. Chile’s environment minister, Carolina Schmidt, who is chairing the two-week talks in Madrid, urged officials from almost 200 countries to recognize the “overall balance” of the latest draft […]

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  • GWPF Congratulates Boris Johnson On Election Victory

    • Date: 13/12/19
    • Press Release, Global Warming Policy Forum

    London, 13 December: The Global Warming Policy Forum (GWPF) has congratulated Boris Johnson on his election victory and hopes that a new parliament will be able, over coming years, to develop economically sound and technologically viable energy and climate policies. Once Britain has left the EU, the new government will have both the political mandate […]

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