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Repeal the Climate Change Act

Chris Packham files legal challenge against Rishi Sunak’s ‘reckless’ net zero policies
Environmental campaigner argues PM does not have the right to change the timeline of carbon budget pledges at will

It’s those basic laws themselves which give every whinger with a grievance the ability to sue. Therefore repeal the laws which give them the chance. The entire point of them has been to try to bind future Parliaments. So, let’s not do that.

6 thoughts on “Repeal the Climate Change Act”

  1. The greatest disappointment with the current idiots is that they’ve wasted the opportunity of 80? majority to repeal the act and end nonsense like this.

    The waste of public resources and taxpayers cash forced by the need to contest such cases is a disgrace. The same law no doubt informs civil servants resistance to elected govt’s policies.

    And that’s before getting to the “committee” that gets to review govt decisions for compliance with this act.

    A monstrosity. It, and anything like it, must go.

  2. Although Packham is s complete cnut I was rather sorry that his attempt a couple of years ago to prevent HS2 from proceeding failed. A case of blind squirrel syndrome.

    In this instance he’s back to form. No doubt m’learned friends are licking their lips.

  3. That would really start to solve a lot of the UK’s problems.

    Repealing the laws that let all those illegals in would solve the rest.

  4. Bloke in North Dorset

    “The greatest disappointment with the current idiots is that they’ve wasted the opportunity of 80? majority to repeal the act and end nonsense like this.”

    It was never going to happen, too many of the current Tories are to the left of Tony Blair and have drunk the Net Zero Kool Aid. My own MP chose Tony Blair as one of his 4 PMs to go on a British Mt Rushmore.

  5. My own MP chose Tony Blair as one of his 4 PMs to go on a British Mt Rushmore.

    That’s funny, I’d be happy throwing any combination of MP’s off Mt Rushmore.

    Anyway, we can have Net Zero, or we can have tolerable First World standards of living.

    The standard of living for millions of people in this country is becoming intolerable by deliberate policy, and when the 60% CO2 ‘savings’ per capita kick in, they’re going to kick off in a way the ‘British’ government is not prepared for and may in fact lead to Britain becoming a failed state.

    And I ain’t talking about the Wypipo.

  6. China is currently building some 52 GW of new coal-fired power.

    Russia is drilling and burning as much hydrocarbon as it can get, and just opened a $27 Bn LNG plant in the Arctic.

    The British government just announced today that you should buy candles and torches.

    Who will win?

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