Fossil fuel overestimate would mean no global warming

    Carbon dioxide (CO2) in the atmosphere might never reach the danger levels predicted by climate change zealots because supplies of oil and gas will peak much earlier than currently assumed, said a U.S. fuel expert and academic.     Warmists have also underestimated the extent that CO2 has been gobbled up by plants and […]

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Apologise, reprimand South Today, insist it never happens again

To: The Director General, BBC From: Neil Winton Can I insist that you change your editorial guidelines to outlaw the disgraceful reporting by BBC SOUTH TODAY on June 17, which smeared Dr Rodney Tate. I’ve attached a copy of my email to The Editor, South Today, and the reply, in the form of a blog […]

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BBC South Today Uses Crude, Tabloid Tactics To Smear Doctor

    The BBC can truly be a malign, bullying and worrying influence.     The BBC’s operatives, when challenged, always put on an air of superiority and talk about their world class standards. Most of the time, this is a dangerous illusion, it seems to me. The BBC is a monopoly, is funded by government […]

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BBC South Today Uses Crude, Tabloid Tactics To SmearDoctor

The BBC can truly be a malign, bullying and worrying influence. The BBC’s operatives, when challenged, always put on an air of superiority and talk about their world class standards. Most of the time, this is a dangerous illusion, it seems to me. The BBC is a monopoly, is funded by government edict, often has […]

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Another BBC week; cowardice, amateurism, bullying, bias

    The BBC Radio 4 Today programme reported on Saturday morning on a “candid” and “honest” interview Prime Minister Gordon Brown had given the Guardian newspaper. Bias, amateurism Forgive me being so sensitive about these things, but nobody who has ever heard of standards in journalism could possibly fall into such a schoolboy trap, […]

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Police must protect free speech, even if it means defending the BNP

    Allegedly, the police at Westminster last week stood by and allowed the fascist beasts from Unite Against Fascism to assault the er fascist beasts from the British National Party.     I have a suggestion for the police forces of Britain. Just as footballers are greeted with the words “This is Anfield” as they emerge […]

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Vote UKIP on Thursday; then dream of saying Bye Bye Brussels

    I’ve never understood why freeborn Englishmen and women could ever be so insecure as to think they need to hand over their rights to foreigners in Brussels order to succeed in the world.     And if you say that as someone of a certain age, I might be responsible for this because of […]

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Reform now; Parliament must regain government control, elect PM separately. Goodbye E.U.

    Now the dust is settling on the MP’s expenses scandal, we can turn to the urgent reform of the political system.     Our politics have been seriously flawed for years because of the failure of its most important principle, the separation of powers. The idea that Parliament should hold the government to account, […]

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Despite the turmoil, Britain’s Brown will hang on to the bitter end

    For all the talk of revolution, upheaval and change, nothing much is going to happen in British politics this side of a general election, which still looks likely to happen a year from now.     Yes, Speaker Michael “Gorbals” Martin has gone and that was unprecedented, but nothing else has really changed. Listening […]

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Will the public still loath politicians a year from now, when it matters?

    I was always going to vote for UKIP in the European elections on June 4, and it is clear that other minor parties like the BNP and the Greens will do well, following public disgust with the mainstreamers after the Parliamentary expenses scandal.     The difficult question is – what happens afterwards. Will […]

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