Guy de la Bédoyère in the Daily Sceptic says the Government is having a laugh if it expects him to pay £40,000 on making his house more energy efficient, including sticking a wind turbine on his roof.
The Washington Post recently reported that climate change has raised the risk of flight turbulence. In fact, the number of accidents or injuries per flight due to turbulence has fallen dramatically in the last 30 years.
Kier Starmer imagines that blocking all new North Sea oil and gas developments will create 250,000 new jobs! The last person to leave Starmer’s Britain will have no need to turn out the lights – they will already be off.
Tickets are still available to see Isabel Oakeshott interviewed live on stage on June 13th at the Hippodrome about the Lockdown Files. The show will include actors reading out some of the messages. Only £25!
A civil servant was fired after raising the alarm about her department’s embrace of critical race theory and gender identity ideology. But thanks to the Free Speech Union, she has just won £100,000 in compensation.
A summary of the most interesting stories in the past 24 hours that challenge the prevailing orthodoxy about the virus and the vaccines, the ‘climate emergency’ and the supposed moral defects of Western civilisation.
Paris police showed their U.K. counterparts how to deal with road-blocking eco-loon protesters as they used tear gas and baton charges to stop activists disrupting oil giant Total's annual general meeting.
Organised groups are sabotaging and stealing cameras being installed across London to enforce the expansion of Ulez charges in the latest example of grassroots resistance to the anti-car policy.