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UK has lost the plot for abandoning fracking site for possibly absent owls

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A COUNTRY where a major fracking site is being abandoned for the sake of possibly absent owls has completely lost the plot.

It is also dangerously complacent about the difficulties and possible blackouts that now come our way.

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A country where a major fracking site is being abandoned for the sake of possibly absent owls has completely lost the plot.Credit: Getty
Public opinion finally tilts towards shale gas

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Public opinion finally tilts towards shale gasCredit: Getty – Contributor

Public opinion is finally shifting to shale gas and away from the successful ecological scaremongering that turned out to be a great gift to Putin.

If the lights go out this winter, millions will want to know why we didn’t frack a decade ago.

Since Net Zero can’t be achieved without more gas first, it may be the perfect solution.

The Sun likes owls. But we must not allow finite arguments about its supposed well-being to block out a potentially vast source of cheap energy.

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Rishi Sunak and Liz Truss have committed to fracking only if local communities support it. That’s a copout.

As we see in Nottinghamshire, the locals will use any excuse to screw it up.

Much of what we desperately need to build, including houses, reservoirs, and nuclear power, requires a prime minister prepared to nullify NIMBYs. Who will do it?

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Why do skind taxpayers keep buying parliamentarians lunch?

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Why do skind taxpayers keep buying parliamentarians lunch?Credit: Getty

WHY skinless taxpayers keep buying parliamentarians lunch? Why can’t politicians with £84,144 pay the market price for their food?

In the subsidized restaurants in Westminster they serve grilled salmon for less than ten pounds, beef curry for four pounds and a baked potato for eighty-five pence.

It is not surprising that some parliamentarians live in the past. These are the prices from the 1990s.

How can politicians justify it, when ordinary people are facing a winter so bleak that it will cut down on THEIR food?

With the bonus pay and expenses scandal from which their reputations never recovered, MPs aren’t exactly helping themselves, are they?

scratch that. Helping themselves is exactly what they do.

Starmer in the mud

Imagine Keir Starmer's fabricated rage if a Tory rival were guilty of eight breaches of the MPs' code of conduct.

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Imagine Keir Starmer’s fabricated rage if a Tory rival were guilty of eight breaches of the MPs’ code of conduct.Credit: Pennsylvania

IMAGINE Keir Starmer’s prudish, fabricated anger if a Tory rival were guilty of eight breaches of the MPs’ code of conduct.

Imagine the pious sermon. Imagine her face, red with false indignation.

Imagine how he would paint himself as Captain Integrity and put Labor on a moral pedestal far above the evil Tories.

Starmer is a terrible actor and a worse hypocrite, as millions have concluded.

Only Tribal Labor supporters believe their boozy curry was any different from the Covid offenses Boris Johnson and Rishi Sunak were fined for at work.

And now we know that Starmer repeatedly cracked the MPs’ code despite their denials.

One breach involved seven acres of Surrey land, potentially worth a fortune, which he owned but hid from the Commons authorities.

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Nailed by the Standards Commissioner, he finally accepted responsibility, then blamed his staff.

What a leader this man is.

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