Dying to be Green

The Fuel Poverty Advisory Group says that already one in five households cannot afford decent heating and that “green” tax policies will hit this group especially hard.

According to Ernst & Young, our national obsession with global warming will soon add an additional £550 to the energy bill of every household.

A further problem is highlighted by former Grid Control Engineer Derek Birkett in his newly published book, ‘When Will the Lights Go Out?’

With less than 5% of our energy coming from unreliable ‘renewables’, he dismisses green-energy expectations as “delusional” and warns of years of electricity blackouts.

With many nuclear and coal plants about to close, the elderly poor of Scotland are clearly at risk of dying of hypothermia in the bitter cold of our northern winters.


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