Tuesday, 28 June 2011
James Delingpole on David Cameron
Flashback 2010: David Cameron on climate change and energy before the elections.
Regretfully, on this issue Cameron has actually kept his election promises. The consequenses are described by James Delingpole below.
This is vintage James Delingpole - and so true:
Say what you like about David Cameron – and you’ll have noticed I do, quite a bit – but if there’s one thing he’s good at it’s being more slippery than a jellied eel in a tub of KY Jelly. And he’ll need this skill in spades if he’s not to go down in history as the Prime Minister who, in the name of a non-existent problem, presided over the devastation of the British countryside with bat-chomping eco-crucifixes for rent-seeking toffs (aka wind farms) and the destruction of the British economy thanks to the imposition of wholly unnecessary costs and regulations. The best of luck to you Dave. And I don’t wish it you for your sake but the sake of our country. It deserves better than this, really it does.
Read the entire column here