Net Zero Watch Director Dr Benny Peiser said: “The evident failure to embrace fracking is destroying the most promising chances of enhancing Britain’s energy security while driving up energy costs. MPs have been playing into the hands of Vladimir Putin as Britain will now be forced to rely increasingly on costly gas imports rather than its massive shale resources.”
“If the Westminster bubble think the current economic and political crises is bad, they are in for a shock next year when energy bills go through the roof and businesses go under.”
“In the absence of Russian gas supplies, European countries will face an even worse energy crises after they have depleted gas they have stored for this winter”, the International Energy Agency has warned.
It is an outrage that Animal Rebellion activists get away with pouring milk onto the floor of high-profile shops such as Harrods, Fortnum and Mason and Selfridges.
Why was the QEII Dartford Crossing closed when two climbers from Just Stop Oil were spotted dangling from the 275ft high masts in makeshift hammocks?
This closure caused huge delays while the police showed more concern for these idiots, than the rights of commuters. Why were they not just left there? How can it be right that minority extremists can be allowed to cause such chaos?
Meanwhile in Germany a group of nine scientists who glued themselves to the floor of Volkswagen’s Autostadt facility to protest about climate change, were left to themselves overnight as VW locked the doors, turned off the lights and heating.
According to the protesters VW supported their right to ‘protest’ but failed to offer them facilities to urinate whilst glued! Surely the UK could learn a thing or two.
At the time of filing my copy, Rishi Sunak has just been declared the new leader of the Conservative party, therefore the next Prime Minister.
Penny Maudant was hanging on by a whisker despite lacking experience, or the support of the majority of her fellow MPs.
Boris did the decent thing, and his support for Rishi is crucial. The country requires unity and stability, as do conservative members who will approve.
It is depressing that the stable of quality leadership candidates in all parties is shockingly empty. As they say, “too many Indians and not enough chiefs”. However, in this case we have a PM who is of Indian descent which should be celebrated. I wish him success in his mission, he certainly has a rocky road to navigate.