Commonly known in Ontario as the Greed Energy and Economy Act of 2009
By Paul Homewood
Does Theresa May’s abolition of DECC actually mean we will see a change in climate policy? Or is it just a way to save money and make space for Liam Fox’s new Trade Dept?
One clue that may give us hope is that the new PM’s right hand man and key advisor is a guy called Nick Timothy, who has made his view on the Climate Change Act crystal clear only recently.
The GWPF report:
Nick Timothy is Theresa May’s right-hand man and a key adviser. In April he wrote a hard-hitting attack on Britain’s “unilateral and monstrous act of self-harm – or rather, the act of harm inflicted upon industrial Britain by Parliament – that was the Climate Change Act.”
Nick Timothy on Britain’s steel crisis and the Climate Change Act
[…] It is a bad habit of mine to shout at politicians being interviewed on…
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