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Burning Issue

Three months ago, Chris Grayling the Transport Secretary published his much-heralded Road to Zero strategy for transport in the UK after pledging to ban fossil fuelled cars by 2040. It wasn’t much but it gave perhaps just a glimmer of

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Posted in Carbon Emissions, Climate Change, Comment, Environment, News, Parliament, Politics, Rage, Tories, UK, Westminster

Channel 4 News

I am not often a great fan of Twitter, however, this from Channel 4 New’s John Snow just about sums up the appalling state of democracy in the UK. Listen and weep.   

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Posted in Comment, Democracy, Journalism, News, Politics, Sharing, Tory Party, UK

Carbon Brief Fact Check!

Nothing much more to be said: Fact Check At Carbon Brief More climate change more wildfires.      

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Posted in Climate Change, Comment, News, USA, Wild Fires

Fact Checking

In this era of post truth politics, today is International Fact Checking Day, you can read more about this here. Also the Ferret, Scotland’s award winning platform for investigative journalism has published its annual summary of facts checked. It is

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Posted in Comment, Democracy, Journalism, News, Politics, Post Truth

Thanks

Many thanks to the fine folk who have purchased my novels on kobo. The more the merrier!

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Posted in Carillion, News, Sharing, Uncategorized

Books News!

My Books are now available on Kobo!! Unintended Consequences          Carillion: 10 Days               Carillion 2: Nowhere Man

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Posted in Books, Carillion, News, Reviews, Uncategorized

New eye in the sky to help UK weather forecasts

Originally posted on Official blog of the Met Office news team:
A new weather satellite is circling the earth. The JPSS-1 satellite, launched this weekend (18 November 2017) will provide a huge array of observational, near real-time, data which will…

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Posted in Climate Change, Environment, News, Science
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