Energy firm Cuadrilla Resources has announced plans to sink up to 800 wells in the Lancashire area – but Nick Griffin MEP has called for a ban on shale gas exploration amid environmental and safety concerns.
This winter, British pensioners will once again have to choose whether to heat or eat, after another energy company hiked its gas and electricity rates.
A range of important issues were discussed in the latest British National Party Television programme from the EU Parliament, including the E. coli outbreak, the abandonment of nuclear power, the plight of the UK haulage industry, the Schengen Agreement and food price increases.
By Nick Griffin – Far-sighted economic super-power China has announced that it is going to address the looming global energy shortfall by building a safer, cleaner, and ultimately cheaper network of nuclear reactors based on thorium molten salt technology.
The consequences of the destruction of the Fukushima nuclear plant in Japan are being exaggerated in order to push the “green energy” agenda, Nick Griffin MEP has said.
In this major article about current world events and new technologies, our News Team highlights the visionary track record of the British National Party.
- By Jen Matthys
After the coldest December on record killed thousands of pensioners who couldn't afford to heat their homes, the EU is forcing energy targets on Britain that will simply make a few very rich people even richer.
People are getting angry about rising fuel prices. On Saturday, fuel duty rose by 0.76p a litre, while on Tuesday VAT will go up from 17.5 per cent to 20 per cent.
The wonderful benefits of the Tory and Labour privatisation programme of Britain’s national assets has been demonstrated once again with the news that water bills are due to rise 4.6 percent and Centrica, which owns British Gas, has declared a profit of £1.94 billion.
The increasing acceptance of the legitimacy of the British National Party’s political message has been confirmed once again with an article in the London Financial Times (FT) complaining about foreign aid to nuclear-power India.