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UK Supreme Court Sponsor Secret Climate Conference

October 4, 2015

By Paul Homewood 




Donna Laframboise has this utterly astonishing of the climate conference co-sponsored by the UK Supreme Court.


Donna asks several questions about just what is being covered by the organisers.

But the biggest question of the lot is what on earth does the Supreme Court it is doing getting involved in the first place. In its own words:


Courts are the final arbiter between the citizen and the state, and are therefore a fundamental pillar of the constitution.

The Supreme Court was established to achieve a complete separation between the United Kingdom’s senior Judges and the Upper House of Parliament, emphasising the independence of the Law Lords and increasing the transparency between Parliament and the courts.


As such, it has an unviolable duty to maintain its independence and integrity, and completely stay away from matters of state.

What on earth do they think they are doing?

  1. October 4, 2015 6:37 pm

    I just wonder whether they are trying to prepare how to handle the huge law suits which are likely to follow the final collapse of the global warming alarm.

    • October 5, 2015 8:13 am

      More likely they discussed how to use the law against “unsympathetic-to-The-Cause” governments, such as the US Congress, Australia, Canada and India, and against those evil fossil-fuel vested interests, and their internet stooges, such as Donna and the author of this blog 🙂

  2. October 4, 2015 7:11 pm

    What’s the chance that, among others,, WWF, Renewables UK are plotting to take HMG to court over the near certainty that “legally enforceable” Climate Change and EU 20-20-20 targets will not be met by 2020?

    • cheshirered permalink
      October 4, 2015 9:26 pm

      Surely they would have to wait until 2020? Besides HMG can change the law anytime, and if we had politicians with nous the absurd CCA would be first against the wall.

    • October 5, 2015 6:42 am

      The CCA 2008 sets a target for 2050, with 5-yearly ‘carbon budgets’. The SoS may amend the targets when “there have been significant developments in scientific knowledge about climate change”. So difficult to take the Government to court on the CCA as the targets can be changed. Nobody can possibly argue that there haven’t been significant developments in the settled science since 2008. The EU monitors the UK on meeting its 2020 target and the Government’s progress reports (UK Renewable Energy Roadmaps, originally annual, but now bi-annual) on meeting the target show we are expected to exceed the target, hence the reductions in subsidies.

      Haven’t the greens tried to take the Dutch Government to court for the same reason?

  3. Jackington permalink
    October 4, 2015 9:44 pm

    This is all very spooky – nay – sinister; what’s it all about? I think we should be told.

  4. sonja Christiansen permalink
    October 5, 2015 11:28 am

    Sinister, yes. Are the Tory’s getting worried about what they have signed up to with legal obligations? Are there implications for UK relations with EU/Brussels?
    British laws can indeed be changed, but EU commitments? First of all, however, we should discuss what non-climatic ambitions and objectives may be served by the climate scare – energy security for Europe? technological stimuli? trade competition? and above all perhaps, controlling restless populations by fear? In all this the High Court may have an interest or even obligation. I do not know.
    Dr. Sonja Boehmer-Christiansen; editor of Energy&Environment

  5. October 5, 2015 10:22 pm

    Reblogged this on Jaffer's blog.

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