Limey Green Scandal: UK Members of Parliament received undisclosed payments from green businesses

The Daily Mail reports:

A Tory MP has complained about a government global-warming adviser’s undisclosed green interests – despite the fact he himself is paid a fortune by eco-energy and transport firms.

Tim Yeo, chairman of the Energy and Climate Change select committee, has protested about Lord Deben remaining chairman of Veolia Water UK while also chairing the Committee on Climate Change, an independent body that advises the Government on the impact of climate change.

Mr Yeo’s critics will argue his protest smacks of hypocrisy as he has been paid more than £400,000 by three green companies since 2009.

Read more at the Daily Mail.

2 thoughts on “Limey Green Scandal: UK Members of Parliament received undisclosed payments from green businesses”

  1. Of course if the payments had been made by an oil company to a denier all hell would break out.

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