Don’t mention the climate deficit

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Figure 1, There's something ironic about a Tory energy secretary who has committed to a policy that is unworkable and all but guarantees future power cuts standing under a banner labelled “stability”. Figure 1, There’s something ironic about a Tory energy secretary who has committed to a policy that is unworkable and all but guarantees future power cuts standing under a banner labelled “stability

At the Tory conference there was an awkward moment when Amber Rudd was required to speak of the Tories recent “achievements” in her field. Of course, she had very little that one could put a positive spin on, given that the Tory party has in the space of a few months reneged on everyone of its commencements on environmental issues. Even some of the few positives from the Thatcher era, the NFFO (non-fossil fuel obligation) has essentially gone.

So she spent most of the time pointing out that the Tories weren’t as bad as UKIP (who are at least honest enough to confirm their climate denial credentials, unlike the Tories who like to…

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