Thursday, 12 April 2012


It was always obvious that there was no way that the public would implement all the requirements to our homes that the government would need in order to meet its pledge to reduce the nations CO2 emissions by the target it had set. In fact it is pretty clear that there is no way it can meet its target at all. The whole project is doomed from the start, but that isn't going to stop them from introducing some increasingly draconian measures to try to force compliance as Christopher booker points out. At what point will the public start to realise that they are being fleeced by all the red-tape, all to achieve no measurable gain. See Tuesday's post here

See Ann Widdecombe's View in the Daily Express. Remember when she was an MP she was one of only five to vote against the Climate Change Bill.

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