02 Nov '11, 4pm

Cameron side-steps call to intervene in solar subsidy fiasco - via @BusinessGreen #FiTs #stepchange

I understand that Greg Barker is known in his department as East Ham – cause he’s one stop short of Barking. The non-response of Cam-moron is predictable given his knowledge of RES could be summarised on a fag packet. (CCS – wasn’t a big project recently cancelled? Still it is only in Scotland so does not count in Cam-moron’s calculations). I did like the other Tory-scum Letwin’s comment: “feed-in tariff rates as "a disgrace" which "cast ill repute" on plans to develop a low-carbon economy by delivering excessive returns of more than 10% to those installing solar panels”. The Tory-scum party is funded (bribed?) by another group making disgraceful returns – the British finance sector. Obviously, its OK for masters/bwankers of the universe to make disgraceful returns on money (whilst screwing the UK economy) but not UK citizens. Oddly, most of the PV going in in the UK is go...

Full article: http://www.businessgreen.com/bg/news/2122007/cameron-step...

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