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Eye-watering energy prices a direct result of climate alarmism

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HS2 “Just a Trophy Project”

I recently attended a lunch debate with a very serious senior executive from the logistics and transportation business.  As I’m not an expert in that area, I decided to ask him a fairly simple-minded question. I said: “The UK government … Continue reading

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Knee-jerk leftism from The Ecologist

The Ecologist magazine (not a publication I read often, so hat-tip to Google alerts) has just attempted a mendacious and malicious hatchet job on UKIP and UKIP’s energy policy, and it focuses its criticism on my association with ALEC the American … Continue reading

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Open letter to Rt Hon John Bercow MP

Dear Rt Hon John Bercow MP, Climate Meeting: House of Commons: Nov 5th On Wednesday November 5th I travelled from Brussels to London, where I had been invited to speak at a meeting on climate and energy issues which was … Continue reading

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European Parliament demands additional spending while nations face economic crisis

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EU greenhouse market mechanism is a dog’s breakfast

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Grudging imitation from Sir John Major

Dateline: Nov 17th: Sir John Major, former Tory Prime Minister, has launched a rather jaundiced attack on UKIP ahead of the Rochester by-election.  He says that UKIP is “profoundly un-British in every way“.  We are “anti-politics, anti-foreigner, anti-immigrant, anti-aid (he … Continue reading

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