UK MPs, minister debate climate in Westminster Hall — Al Gore wrong again (or still!)

The Commentator reports:

On Tuesday David TC Davies held a debate on global warming and government policy in Westminster Hall. A DECC (Department of Energy & Climate Change) Minister replied. It was well attended for a debate in Westminster Hall, as an increasing number of MPs are concerned about the impact of dear energy on household budgets, industrial development and our economy generally.

Andrew Tyrie, Peter Lilley, Philip Davies and Christopher Chope who had disagreed with the Climate Change Act in 2008 were joined by some newer colleagues who spoke about the damaging impact dear energy can have on industrial jobs. Just two Labour MPs, the Minister and the front bench Labour spokeswoman, defended the UK legislation and the EU framework of anti global warming measures.

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  1. “…spoke about the damaging impact dear energy can have on industrial jobs.” What is dear energy? Have they resorted to burning dears? Oh the horror….

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