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6 comments

  1. Jacky Smith says:

    I like the suggestion about looking at how the fossil fuel business is cutting its own throat with these increased prices. “Hopium” is a good name for it – the problem they’ve got is that they’ve used up most of the cheap & easy sources so they can’t increase supplies to bring prices down, and renewables are indeed putting downward pressure on the price people will pay for energy. Rock, meet hard place.

  2. Julie Brown says:

    I’d also be interested in a discussion on the new Human Rights Bill and the potential to reduce our human rights, and our international standing, particularly if it revokes the current recourse to ECHR.

  3. Tricia Scott says:

    Wow such excellent suggestions already!! Mine is Freeport’s and the libertarian agenda. Are there or what are the links to the far right and extraction industries? (As reported by the Bakers Street Herald).

  4. JSN says:

    Should we be investing more in diplomacy to bring peace to Ukraine instead of increasing the supply of weapons?

  5. Stephen Davies says:

    Should Keir Starmer be replaced due to not cutting through? As much as I like the leader I feel he would be better suited to a ministerial role. Wes Streeting would be my first choice, Yvette Cooper second. I also like Emily Thornberry, Angela Rayner and Andy Burnham. Johnson is getting away too lightly with Keir Starmer.

  6. Andrew Frew says:

    We need to talk about Hopium, the fossil gas industry’s last gasp as renewable electricity and heat pumps make low carbon heat affordable for less money. The Danes DBDH.dk do district heating and are winning big with big electric heat pumps, as is Glasgow, but the Tory Partys’ foreign fossil fuel paymasters ensure energy futility. Mr Johnston’s energy security so called does little to suppress fossil gas demands. Instead, renewable electricity is loaded with add-ons to prevent it competing with gas for heating.

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6 comments

  1. Jacky Smith says:

    I like the suggestion about looking at how the fossil fuel business is cutting its own throat with these increased prices. “Hopium” is a good name for it – the problem they’ve got is that they’ve used up most of the cheap & easy sources so they can’t increase supplies to bring prices down, and renewables are indeed putting downward pressure on the price people will pay for energy. Rock, meet hard place.

  2. Julie Brown says:

    I’d also be interested in a discussion on the new Human Rights Bill and the potential to reduce our human rights, and our international standing, particularly if it revokes the current recourse to ECHR.

  3. Tricia Scott says:

    Wow such excellent suggestions already!! Mine is Freeport’s and the libertarian agenda. Are there or what are the links to the far right and extraction industries? (As reported by the Bakers Street Herald).

  4. JSN says:

    Should we be investing more in diplomacy to bring peace to Ukraine instead of increasing the supply of weapons?

  5. Stephen Davies says:

    Should Keir Starmer be replaced due to not cutting through? As much as I like the leader I feel he would be better suited to a ministerial role. Wes Streeting would be my first choice, Yvette Cooper second. I also like Emily Thornberry, Angela Rayner and Andy Burnham. Johnson is getting away too lightly with Keir Starmer.

  6. Andrew Frew says:

    We need to talk about Hopium, the fossil gas industry’s last gasp as renewable electricity and heat pumps make low carbon heat affordable for less money. The Danes DBDH.dk do district heating and are winning big with big electric heat pumps, as is Glasgow, but the Tory Partys’ foreign fossil fuel paymasters ensure energy futility. Mr Johnston’s energy security so called does little to suppress fossil gas demands. Instead, renewable electricity is loaded with add-ons to prevent it competing with gas for heating.

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