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We demand a public enquiry on climate data

Plenary Speech - Thursday, 21st January 2010

Mr. President

I have good news for the House. In common with many scientists, I personally have concluded that there is no crisis. Global sea levels are not rising significantly. And as the IPCC has been forced to admit, Himalayan glaciers are not in rapid retreat.

The small increase in mean global temperatures over the last century is entirely consistent with well-established, long-term, natural climate cycles.

Copenhagen showed that many nations, especially China and India, are not prepared to sacrifice economic performance to solve an entirely speculative problem.

In Britain, a majority of voters no longer believe in man-made climate change, and they won't pay for futile and pointless attempts at mitigation.

The recent leaked CRU memos show that even the high priests of climate alarmism are in despair at the failure of nature to follow their forecasts, so they're falsifying the figures to sustain their fantasy.

We must now demand a full public enquiry into the suspect data before we spend a penny more on mitigation.

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