All those ultra greens who are busy telling my constituents they should not take the car to get to work or to bring the weekly shopping home might like to campaign against an easier target to cut our carbon emissions.
Have they noticed how many shops, offices, homes, trees and streets are being adorned with numerous lights? Do they realise these lights are going to be kept on for all of December? We know we do not need these lights for anything other than adornment, as we get on fine without them all the rest of the year. Wouldn’t it be a modest proposal to ban them as unnecessary planet wreckers? They are kept going by electricity from the national grid, mainly generated from hydrocarbons.
Tomorrow I am going to attend the ceremony to turn the lights on in Wokingham, as I love them. I do so wondering for how much longer we will be allowed this indulgence by the greens’ carbon police? I look forward to a debate on this on the BBC, as one of their many daily climate change items.