This thread is for discussion of British aspects of global warming.

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  1. The hadCET temperature record showing a rapid cooling for the UK over the last decade or so

  2. Richard C (NZ) on November 17, 2013 at 8:33 am said:

    Global warming in the UK:

    ‘HEAVY SNOW WARNING: Shock long range UK weather forecast for winter 2013′

    BRITAIN faces months of freezing winds and heavy snow as long-range forecasters predict a “horror winter” ahead.

    By: Nathan Rao

    James Madden, forecaster for Exacta Weather, said Britain is braced for “copious” snowfall this winter with extreme cold expected to last into the spring.

    He added that Britain faces “an incomparable scenario to anything we have experienced in modern times”.

  3. Mike Jowsey on November 17, 2013 at 7:47 pm said:

    Yikes! I can just hear the caterwauling from the alarmists now….

  4. A giant wind turbine near Peterborough has been switched off after its frozen blades threw shards of ice crashing into nearby homes.

    Eat or Heat: Britons angry at energy prices amid soaring ‘winter deaths’.
    .Where’s that warming they promised us?

  6. Richard C (NZ) on December 16, 2013 at 9:06 am said:

    ‘The fatcat ecocrats exposed: Web of ‘green’ politicians, tycoons and power brokers who help each other benefit from billions raised on your bills’

    * Four of nine-person Climate Change Committee, official watchdog that dictates green energy policy, are, or were until recently, being paid by firms that benefit from committee decisions

    By David Rose

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  7. Richard beat me to it.

    The parasite classes trouser our money and laugh at us, while their useful idiots shake their pom poms for “the cause”

  8. Richard C (NZ) on January 13, 2014 at 8:13 am said:

    ‘BBC’s six-year cover-up of secret ‘green propaganda’ training for top executives’

    * Pensioner forces BBC to lift veil on 2006 eco-seminar to top executives
    * Papers reveal influence of top green campaigners including Greenpeace
    * Then-head of news Helen Boaden said it impacted a ‘broad range of output’
    * Yet BBC has spent more than £20,000 in legal fees trying to keep it secret

    By David Rose

    PUBLISHED: 23:52 GMT, 11 January 2014 | UPDATED: 23:52 GMT, 11 January 2014

    “The controversial seminar was run by a body set up by the BBC’s own environment analyst Roger Harrabin and funded via a £67,000 grant from the then Labour government, which hoped to see its ‘line’ on climate change and other Third World issues promoted in BBC reporting.”

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  9. Richard C (NZ) on March 20, 2014 at 7:39 pm said:

    ‘UK freezes carbon tax plan for electricity sector’ – SMH

    U.K. Chancellor of the Exchequer George Osborne froze a tax on carbon emissions from electricity generation starting in April 2016 as part of a 7 billion-pound (A$12.8 billion) plan to cut consumer energy bills.

    The package is aimed at boosting “British manufacturers, with benefits for families and other businesses too,” Osborne said in a speech in Parliament in London today as he delivered his annual budget. “We need to cut our energy costs.”

    Prime Minister David Cameron’s administration has come under pressure to rein in rising energy costs. Ed Miliband, the leader of the opposition Labour Party, vowed in November to freeze energy prices if he wins the next election in mid-2015, prompting the government in December to announce measures cutting green levies by 50 pounds per household a year.

    The chancellor’s announcement may boost the biggest carbon polluters, such as Drax Group Plc, which mainly burns coal in its power plant in northern England. It may weigh on utilities with a bigger proportion of renewables and nuclear power in their mix, such as Infinis Energy Plc, SSE Plc and Centrica Plc.

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    Probably not what Ed had in mind.

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