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- 129. Sajid Javid MP: How to rebuild the British economy | Conservative Home
Sajid Javid is the Conservative MP for Bromsgrove and was previously a senior Managing Director with Deutsche Bank. In this Platform, he builds on his Maiden Speech of last week, and argues that the global economic outlook puts even more pressure on us to start cutting public spending immediately.Not only have we inherited an utter economic mess from Labour but the global economic outlook is about to complicate matters further.Let’s remind ourselves of the domestic disaster that we have been left to clean up. At 12 per cent of GDP, Labour passed us the largest deficit in Europe. During their 13 years in office, Labour took our visible national debt from £351 billion to £894 billion, an increase of 155 per cent.Labour also mastered the dark art of off-balance sheet borrowing, in much the same way as RBS, Citibank and Enron did. For instance, our PFI liabilities are estimated to be at least £150 billion and our public sector pension liabilities an eye watering £2,000 billion. Combine these with the visible debt and, at £3,044 billion, you have one of the most indebted nations on Earth.
URL: http://www.conservativehome.com/platform/2010/06/sajid-javid-how-to-rebuild-the-british-economy.html - 68KB - 30 Mar 2014
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- 130. The whole of the UK is short of infrastructure | John Redwood's Diary
Some of you have commented that London has grown faster because it has taken a disproprtionate share of the infrastructure investment. It is difficult to square this with the reality.The truth is that much of the UK is short of transport capacity. The country is gradually benefitting from a big expansion of digital broadband capacity, with major investment in all regions. London, the south-east and the east are suffering more than the rest of the country from a failure to invest in enough reservoir capacity for water demands. Electricity is delivered by national grid, and gas and oil are shared around the whole country. There is, it is true, only one high speed train line from London to the Channel tunnel. The rest of the railway network was shared around by Victorian entrepreneurs who put substantial capacity into the then prosperous industrial regions. Modern subsidy perpetuates the broad shape of the Victorian railway, as adjusted by Beeching. If you look at road investment the south of the country has received less motorway investment than the Midlands, Lancashire and Yorkshire. East Anglia, Devon and Cornwall, Lincolnshire and Northumberland have all been left out of the motorway age.
URL: http://johnredwoodsdiary.com/2012/05/01/the-whole-of-the-uk-is-short-of-infrastructure/ - 227KB - 11 May 2012
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- 131. Germany's New Coal Boom Reaches Record Level
Germanyâ€™s New Coal Boom Reaches Record Level, Dirty Coal Revived As Europe Speeds Green Retreat, Germany out in the coal, Renewables Fiasco: Doldrums And Clouds Bring Green Electricity Production To A Halt, Dirtiest Coalâ€™s Rebirth in Europe Flattens Medieval Towns, Green Revolution? Germanyâ€™s New Coal Boom Reaches Record Level, Oops: Europeâ€™s rising and renewable-driven...
URL: http://canadafreepress.com/index.php/article/germanys-new-coal-boom-reaches-record-level - 36KB - 17 May 2014
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- 132. Wind power costs up to ten times more! | Roger Helmer MEP
That’s a lot of money. The wind industry wants you to believe that the cost of wind power is not much more than that of conventional generation, and is coming down. They mutter on about “grid parity”, and the rising prices of fossil fuels.It’s been clear to me for some time that they’ve failed to account for a number of vital factors, but I didn’t know quite how many vital factors. Now I’ve got hold of a paper by Gordon Hughes, Professor of Economics at Edinburgh University, written for Lord Lawson’s Global Warming Policy Foundation. And it makes stunning — and alarming — reading. It’s called “Why is wind power so expensive?“. And it says that wind costs nine to ten times as much as Combined Cycle gas.
URL: http://rogerhelmermep.wordpress.com/2012/06/06/wind-power-costs-up-to-ten-times-more/ - 63KB - 18 Jun 2012
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- 133. Human carbon emissions 'will put off' a lethal Ice Age, say scientists | Mail Online
Cambridge researchers claim that current carbon dioxide levels could actually prevent a catastrophic ice age due to take place in 1,500 years - and stop glaciers rolling over Europe and north America.
URL: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-2084106/Human-carbon-emissions-lethal-Ice-Age-say-scientists.html - 92KB - 09 Jan 2012
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- 134. Brussels fears European 'industrial massacre' sparked by energy costs - Telegraph
Europe's industry is being ravaged by exorbitant energy costs and an over-valued euro, blighting efforts to reverse years of global manufacturing decline."We face a systemic industrial massacre," said Antonio Tajani, the European industry commissioner.Mr Tajani warned that Europe's quixotic dash for renewables was pushing electricity costs to untenable levels, leaving Europe struggling to compete as America's shale revolution cuts US natural gas prices by 80pc."I am in favour of a green agenda, but we can't be religious about this. We need a new energy policy. We have to stop pretending, because we can't sacrifice Europe's industry for climate goals that are not realistic, and are not being enforced worldwide," he told The Daily Telegraph during the Ambrosetti forum of global policy-makers at Lake Como.
URL: http://www.telegraph.co.uk/finance/financialcrisis/10295045/Brussels-fears-European-industrial-massacre-sparked-by-energy-costs.html - 73KB - 09 Sep 2013
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- 135. There's a mini ice age coming, says man who beats weather experts
Piers Corbyn not only predicted the current weather, but he believes things are going to get much worse, says Boris Johnson, London's mayor......... Never mind the record low attained in Northern Ireland this weekend. I can't remember a time when so much snow has lain so thickly on the ground, and we haven't even reached Christmas. And this is the third tough winter in a row. Is it really true that no one saw this coming?Actually, they did. Allow me to introduce readers to Piers Corbyn, meteorologist and brother of my old chum, bearded leftie MP Jeremy. Piers Corbyn works in an undistinguished office in Borough High Street. He has no telescope or supercomputer. Armed only with a laptop, huge quantities of publicly available data and a first-class degree in astrophysics, he gets it right again and again.
URL: http://www.smh.com.au/environment/weather/theres-a-mini-ice-age-coming-says-man-who-beats-weather-experts-20101221-1945a.html - 114KB - 09 Sep 2011
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- 136. Germany's clean energy plan backfired - Salon.com
The nation's move away from nuclear power drove it right back to coal.When a nuclear power plant closes, a coal plant opens. At least, that’s the way things are shaping up in Germany, where the move away from nuclear energy appears to have backfired. For the second consecutive year, according to Bloomberg, the nation’s greenhouse gas emissions are set to increase.German Chancellor Angela Merkel made headlines back in 2011 when, in the wake of the reactor meltdown in Tokyo, she announced the impending closure of Germany’s 17 nuclear reactors.
URL: http://www.salon.com/2013/07/30/germanys_clean_energy_plan_backfired/ - 164KB - 01 Aug 2013
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- 137. David Cameron's EU referendum law a 'dead parrot' as Labour and Lib Dems kill off in-out vote prospect
However, he could not bring forward government legislation on the idea because Nick Clegg said the Lib Dems would not back it.Instead, Tory MP James Wharton took it through the Commons but it has floundered in the Lords.Today peers voted by 245 votes to 158, majority 87, to amend the wording of the question that would be put to voters in the referendum in 2017.It means the European Union (Referendum) Bill will have to go back to the Commons for further consideration - eating up more of the little remaining parliamentary time for its consideration.Lord Hill, Conservative leader in the Lords, added: ‘Labour and the Liberal Democrats have today done yet another U-turn on their position on an In-Out referendum on the European Union.‘Having accepted this Bill in the House of Commons, they are now trying to kill it in the Lords. Having stayed mum in the Commons, they have now been revealed in their true colours.‘Although they daren’t admit they do not think the British people should have their say, they are trying to do their dirty work unnoticed in the Lords.
URL: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2545420/Camerons-EU-referendum-law-dead-parrot-Tory-anger-Labour-Lib-Dems-kill-prospect-vote.html - 356KB - 25 Jan 2014
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- 138. 'BBC's biased climate science reporting isn't biased enough' claims report – Telegraph...
Before commenting on the BBC Trust’s report into the BBC’s science coverage, I thought I’d take the trouble of reading the actual document rather than the press previews. I’m very glad I waited because the finished product is an absolute corker. Let me take you through some of my favourite moments.The report, as you may be aware, was written by my fellow Telegraph columnist Steve Jones. Besides being a fine and engaging writer, Dr Jones is a geneticist of distinction and I would certainly never dream of questioning his judgement in his fields of expertise (notably Drosophila and snails). Fortunately, as becomes quite clear reading the report, climate science isn’t one of them.
URL: http://blogs.telegraph.co.uk/news/jamesdelingpole/100098066/bbcs-biased-climate-science-reporting-isnt-biased-enough-claims-report/ - 65KB - 30 Jul 2011
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- 139. Britain really would be better off out of the EU - The Commentator
Over the past few months, Prime Minister David Cameron has been talking a lot about trade. Whether it is through trips to India or initiating EU trade negotiations with the USA, the understanding has been that global trade helps the UK in the so-called “global race”.Well, The Freedom Association in association with The Hampden Trust have launched a new publication that shows one way that UK businesses could thrive in this race: for the UK to leave the EU.Setting Business Free: Into the Global Economy by Professor Patrick Minford CBE shows why the ongoing crisis in the EU - especially the Eurozone - is real cause for concern. Professor Minford argues that, over the coming decade, there will be a growing desire from the EU to centralise and integrate, with the UK expected to play ball.This ball game is something the UK did not sign up to. Even in the ensuing treaties after its entry into the EEC, the UK has never signed up to the single monetary policy. Yet, Professor Minford argues that, regardless of this, the EU will wish it to comply with yet more debilitating rules and regulations.
URL: http://www.thecommentator.com/article/3983/britain_really_would_be_better_off_out_of_the_eu - 33KB - 25 Jul 2013
Excerpt: usa the understanding has been that global trade helps the uk in the so called...
- 140. WW2 Allied bombing raids caused havoc... on the climate | Mail Online
Analysis of Met Office and military records showed a change in climate on May 11, 1944, when 1,444 aircraft took off from airfields across south-east England.
URL: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-2012474/WW2-Allied-bombing-raids-caused-havoc--climate.html - 88KB - 08 Jul 2011
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- 141. Kerry to Africa: 8,000 children starve to death every day, but don't build any more farms - because 'global warming'
Priorities. This week, Secretary of State John Kerry spoke at the U.S.-Africa Summit and delivered what may be the most heartless bit of advice ever to come from an official representative of the United States. Kerry acknowledges that, around the world, one in eight people suffer from chronic hunger. In sub-Saharan Africa, he claims that number rises to one in four.
URL: http://www.caintv.com/kerry-to-africa-800-children-s - 38KB - 08 Aug 2014
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- 142. Old Farmer's Almanac predicts 'refriger-nation' winter for U.S. East Coast
Published Wednesday, the 223-year-old New Hampshire-based almanac predicts a cold, snowy winter in the eastern two-thirds of the United States, while the west remains a bit warmer than normal.Most of the Northeast can expect more snowfall than normal, though it will be below normal in New England.
URL: http://iceagenow.info/2014/08/farmers-almanac-predicts-refriger-nation-winter-u-s-east-coast/ - 58KB - 27 Aug 2014
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- 143. Green Fascism: Shooting Santa To Save The World | The Global Warming Policy Forum (GWPF)
If you ever doubted that warmism endorses a preening, totalitarian disdain for the lives and rights of others, take up a copy of “Climate Change” by graphic novelist Philippe Squarzoni, who imagines how virtuous it would be to go berserk with an assault rifle in a shopping mall. And yes, he’s not joking.A top scientist of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, Dr Jean Jouzel, is lauding a comic publication which has the heroine gunning down three Santa Clauses in a supermarket with a military assault rifle. The realistically-drawn massacre in Climate Changed by Philippe Squarzoni (Abrams, New York 2014) is meant to symbolise the need to reduce consumerism and CO2 emissions.The book was written a year before the Nairobi Westgate shopping mall massacre in September, 2013, in which gunmen killed or wounded 240 people in the name of Islam. But the fictional massacre in the cause of reducing CO2 emissions is retained in this year’s English translation.
URL: http://www.thegwpf.com/green-fascism-shooting-santa-to-save-the-world/ - 23KB - 21 Oct 2014
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- 144. Osborne's pointless China trip | CapX
We’ve been hearing a lot recently about China slowing down, but let’s put that deceleration into context. According to the IMF, China will grow at 6.8 per cent in 2015 and 6.3 per cent in 2016. The Eurozone, by contrast, having recently been in recession, will grow at 1.5 per cent this year and 1.7 per cent next. In an age when geographical proximity has never mattered less, Britain’s focus on the EU is beginning to look downright archaic.Why “uncomfortable”? Because the EU is collapsing as a share of world GDP. In 1980, the then nine members accounted for 30 per cent of the global economy; now, all 28 members make up just 17 per cent, and falling. The Common External Tariff is no longer an irritation; it is a serious barrier to growth.The United Kingdom is especially badly hit by the EU’s tariff regime, because it is the only European country that trades more outside the customs union than within it. Prior to 1973, Britain was part of an integrated global market, buying its meat from Australia and New Zealand, its textiles from the Indian subcontinent and so on. It never made much sense to replace that diverse market, containing agrarian, commodity, industrial and service-based states, with a customs union made up of similar economies. The whole point of a market, after all, is to swap on the back of differences.Today, as the rest of the world surges ahead, the opportunity costs to Britain are rising commensurately. Of the UK’s top ten non-EU export destinations, Brussels has trade agreements in place with only two: Switzerland and South Korea. Even our oldest friends, countries like Australia and India, have no special deal with the EU.Iceland and Switzerland, two EFTA countries that are covered by the EU’s single market, but wisely stayed outside the Common External Tariff, signed comprehensive free trade agreements with China in 2013. But Britain, represented by a Swedish sociology professor at the WTO, can’t do the same.
URL: http://www.capx.co/britain-is-badly-hit-by-the-eus-tariff-regime/ - 25KB - 01 Nov 2015
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