I blogged earlier about the Saint Ives Climate Conference last Saturday. One of the speakers was Fay Tuncay of www.repealtheact.co.uk.
The Climate Change Act 2008 was perhaps the most expensive piece of legislation ever passed by a British government. Virtually all MPs voted in favour, with a very few honourable exceptions like Peter Lilley, Christopher Chope and Andrew Tyrie. One can only assume in charity that the remainder didn’t quite understand what they were voting for. Or as the Good Book says, “Father forgive them for they know not what they do”.