By Paul Homewood
With Parliament about to wave through the amendment to the Climate Change Act, legislating for zero emissions by 2050, here is my summary published by Breitbart last week:
Currently, the Climate Change Act already commits us to reduce emissions to 20 per cent of 1990 levels by 2050.
According to her own Chancellor, Philip Hammond, her plan will cost £1 trillion. The Committee on Climate Change (CCC), who drafted the plan last month, put the annual cost at £50bn by 2050, equivalent to £1,800 for every household in the country, so the real cost could turn out to be even more.
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