The Economic Lunacy of Climate Change UK

How climate change zealots are wrecking every last industry this country possesses.

Daily Mail October 2011

Rather overshadowed by events at the Conservative Party conference in Manchester last week was a line in George Osborne’s speech which could mark the start of a long overdue political transformation in Britain.

He was referring in particular to the Climate Change Act, famously passed by the House of Commons in October 2008 by 463 votes to three, even as the snow was falling outside. By the Government’s own estimate, it would cost £404?billion to implement – £760 per household every year for four decades.

3 Replies to “The Economic Lunacy of Climate Change UK”

  1. Huhne – A modern Don Quixote

    Don Quixote, a hopeless romantic, lost his marbles and imagined that a monstrous beast, in the shape of CO2, was out to destroy the planet. So he set about building wind turbines to battle the monster.

    Isn’t it strange that many wind turbine manufacturers are in Spain.

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