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Letters to the Editor – Monday 20th November 2017

November 20, 2017 // 13 Comments

The first letter today is from our contributor Jack Russell, on the break-down of the coalition talks in Germany: Sir, while the MSM are sort-of reporting on the break-down of Madame Merkel’s coalition talks in Germany, with the prospect of another General Election, here’s one aspect which I [...]

The Chihuahua of Doom

November 11, 2017 // 7 Comments

[Ed: This article continues where  “A Precautionary Principle”, published yesterday, left off, but can be read as a stand-alone article.] The difficulty for anyone who wants to point out that the climate king has no clothes is the sheer inertia of the narrative, the absolute power of [...]


November 10, 2017 // 8 Comments

Activities that present an uncertain potential for significant harm should be subject to the best technology available with requirements to minimise the risk of harm unless the proponent of the activity shows that they present no appreciable risk of harm – Wikipedia A recent UKIPD post had the [...]

‘Climate Change’Winners and Losers (Part 2)

November 7, 2017 // 32 Comments

Ed ~ This is the second and final part of the series. You can read the first part here on UKIP Daily. So why does the climate/temperature change? There are literally hundreds of minor reasons causing hotter, colder, wetter, drier climate. However, the reasons for these comparatively minor changes [...]

‘Climate Change’ – Winners and Losers (Part 1)

November 6, 2017 // 21 Comments

Summary I have written this article to show that there is no such thing as man-made climate change, and that all the propaganda put out trying to prove that man-made Carbon Dioxide is responsible for Global Warming is nothing more than hype; coming from organisations with vested interests in [...]


October 23, 2017 // 12 Comments

As far as utility prices go, it is very easy to bash the big 6 and they might well be making hay while the sun shines. However, the simple truth is that the crucifying cost of intermittents has to be met somehow, even after subsidies, so they are stuck on the ‘leccy bill. Unless and until we can [...]

News review – Tuesday 19 September 2017

September 19, 2017 // 5 Comments

Brexit Breitbart Prime Minister Theresa May is preparing to cave in to European Union (EU) demands and offer a £30 Billion Brexit ‘device bill’ with “almost unanimous” support from her Tory cabinet. The EU has hinted at blocking trade talks until the bill is settled, and leading Tories [...]

The trouble with Global Warming – Part 2

July 5, 2017 // 21 Comments

In 1974 Richard Feynmann described what he called the key to science thus: “In establishing a new physical property; first we guess, then we perform a calculation to see what the implications of the guess are, then we compare the results directly with observations. If the results disagree the [...]

The Trouble with Global Warming Part 1.

July 4, 2017 // 13 Comments

Introduction: Some years ago, on a beautiful clear summer’s morning, I was sitting on a park bench near Cliff’s pavilion in Southend overlooking the Thames estuary admiring the view. The tide was high and as I looked out across the Thames towards Kent I noticed something strange. The other [...]

The inconvenient truth about climate change – Part Two

July 1, 2017 // 36 Comments

As we were told throughout the EU referendum campaign, experts know best. Experts, clever and knowledgeable experts, weigh up all the pros and cons and come to a disinterested, impartial decision about what is in your best interest. Aren’t they lovely to do our thinking for us? Wouldn’t you be [...]
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