Peter Lilley

Leading Remainer Anna Soubry and arch-Leaver Jacob Rees-Mogg are competing for places on a parliament committee set up to
Here are the five things you need to know on Thursday 6 March 2014... 1) VINCE VS THE HOME OFFICE The Guardian reports on
Households will have to pay £240 a year more by 2020 in their energy bills due to the added costs from government green policies
Climate denial rests on the assumption that 97% of climate scientists who believe climate change is caused by human behaviour are wrong, and, remarkably, a small group of mostly journalists, politicians, business people, and general non-scientists - many with strong links to the fossil fuel industry - have managed to disprove the link between human behaviour and climate change, and in doing so unearthed a global science conspiracy.
G.K. Chesterton said that "when people stop believing in orthodox religion, rather than believe in nothing, they will believe in anything". One of the ersatz religions which fills the void in recent years is belief in catastrophic man-made global warming. It claims to be based on science. But it has all the characteristics of an eschatological cult.
The government has decided to delay a decision to set carbon emission targets until 2016; after the next election. Labour
Environmentalists have attacked the appointment of climate change sceptic and oil man Tory MP Peter Lilley to the Commons
The Australian newspaper proved last week that the echo chamber of climate change denial is not restricted to the United States and United Kingdom.