Theresa May’s new ministry of dirty energy
When Britain’s corporate polluters meet with Downing Street, climate obligations are quickly thrown out in favour of the most licentious policies, writes ALAN SIMPSON
BRITAIN may laugh (or squirm) at the amount of dirt and dishonesty the US presidential election is sinking itself into. It is getting harder not to. But Britain has as much dirt and sleaze of its own to worry about.
This has nothing to do with the private lives (or lusts) of MPs, but about our longstanding addiction to dirt.
On and off camera, Britain’s richest corporate polluters continue to procure the most licentious public... read more
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