I stumbled across this:
These are the Climate Science Denier MPs Lobbying for a Hard Brexit
Redwood has previously questioned the veracity of climate science, writing on his personal blog that:
“I look out of my window to see my garden frozen solid, covered in frost and snow. It is April 7th, and I have just turned the heating up … Will the government please give us some accurate figures of temperature trends over the last 100 years, given the disputes we read about over the very simple question “Has it been getting warmer or not?”
On the same blog, Redwood has complained about the “BBC peddling climate change alarmism” by not including skeptics’ voices in debates about global warming.
Redwood signed a letter in May 2017 to then-energy secretary Amber Rudd, which argued that setting “radical” climate targets would not reduce Europe’s emissions because others in the EU would just do less.
Redwood also attended a 2010 meeting of climate science deniers in parliament, organised byDUP MP Sammy Wilson.
https://www.google.com/amp/s/www.desmog ... exit%3famp
Harharhar, that article is funny, this gave me a good chuckle:
"The other MPs that voted against the Act are no longer in parliament. One, former St Albans MP Peter Lilley, was mooted for a peerage until a Channel 4 documentary alleging he was willing to sell his Brexit connections to a fake Chinese consortium appeared to scupper his chances."
https://www.thesun.co.uk/news/5446790/p ... it-claims/
A Sunday Times probe found the trio all appeared willing to approach key ministers on behalf of a Chinese company offering cash for Brexit advice.
Pitching for a job, Mr Lilley described how he attended two advisory groups alongside Brexit minister Steve Baker and Trade Secretary Liam Fox.
Ex-Health Secretary Andrew Lansley was accused of using his influence to provide Brexit 'intelligence'
Ex-Health Secretary Andrew Lansley was accused of using his influence to provide Brexit 'intelligence'Credit: Getty Images - Getty
Ex Health Secretary Lord Lansley was caught on camera offering to use his connections and knowledge to provide Brexit “intelligence”.
And Andrew Mitchell, also a former minister, who charges £6,000 a day in consultancy fees - also appeared happy to give paid advice to the Chinese firm.
The joint newspaper and Dispatches investigation was set up after sources told of a lobbying bonanza sparked by Brexit as firms rush to cash in with ex ministers becoming “guns for hire”.
After viewing the secret footage, Sir Alistair Graham, the former chairman of the committee on standards in public life described it as “unacceptable” that former ministers were acting for private gain.
He said: “To take advantage of this difficult time and confusion to make extra money doesn’t demonstrate a great deal of concern for the public interest.
“Giving some special help to one company, when that information is not generally available is not acceptable.”
Speaking about Mr Lilley, he said he was “wrong” to propose such a service because he was offering his “access to very important information” to “one company rather than generally
And you wonder why I don't like Tories??