Monthly Archives: December 2015

Towards a European Intelligence Agency? Could EU + Intelligence = Oxymoron????

Guest Blog from Diane James MEP In the wake of the Paris massacre, true to form, the EU decided it knows best and the European Commissioner for Migration, Dimitris Avramopoulos, called for the setting up of a European Intelligence Agency … Continue reading

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Guest blog – Diane James MEP

A fundamental re-think of Schengen has to occur as a first step in the light of the new terrorist environment. Sadly and to put it mildly, fundamental re-thinks are not attributes that are strong points in the repertoire of the … Continue reading

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Warmist Scaremongering

Attitudes to that poster-species of the Warmists, the Polar Bear, are conflicting — and are also an interesting illustration of the techniques used by Warmists to make their case. Amongst climate sceptics, it is common knowledge that thirty or forty … Continue reading

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Making the case for Brexit

With Nigel Wickens and Susan at The Barn Restaurant at Upper Stowe On Dec 18th, I spoke at a very convivial Christmas Dinner organised by the Daventry and South Northants UKIP Branch.  After some festive pleasantries, I discussed some of … Continue reading

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Paris climate agreement creates economic wasteland

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Patrick Moore, co-founder of Greenpeace, on climate & CO2

Thanks to Elsa’s Blog for these videos.

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Wrong call, Alan

I have a story about the Rt. Hon. Alan Johnson MP.  But first, for context, a bit of background on our Prime Minister’s EU renegotiation attempts. Cameron was exceedingly coy about his renegotiation demands – and (one might say) he … Continue reading

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An Open Letter to Professor Michael Merrifield of Nottingham University

  Dear Michael, Thank you for responding to my recent blog (see below). We could no doubt try each other’s patience with a long correspondence, which I prefer not to do.  Nevertheless, some of your points need a clear answer. … Continue reading

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Academic Trolling

Universities used to be places of open enquiry and free debate.  To make sense of science, debate has to be free.  Anyone with the first idea of the philosophy of science knows that nothing is ever finally “proved”.  Hypotheses — … Continue reading

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Philip Johnston gets it wrong

I normally have a great deal of time for Philip Johnston, a columnist with the Daily Telegraph.  But his piece on December 1st, “The climate argument may never be won, but we can’t ignore it” is wrong on so many … Continue reading

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The ignorance of the Warmists

I include this graph for the general shape of the logarithmic curve.  The absolute temperatures used are open to debate. One of the points that should be better understood, and more widely known, in the climate debate, is the fact … Continue reading

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