... power tonight (<2% of the country's needs). Presumably solar isn't doing so well either. Thankfully CCGT is providing over half of our needs (54%). What are we going to do when the dirty coal (19% of tonight's power) plants shutdown and the next gen nuclear plants haven't come online yet. http://gridwatch.co.uk/ ... Food for thought really. GLA, Merchant
I am of the opinion that the Charity Commission could still act against FoE if they are engaged in political activity, or misleading the public. In the event, the CC could remove their charitable status because it is clear that they are using their charitable title in activities not compatible with the Regulation of charitable bodies . In truth, though, the Charity Commission are very slow to (if at all) act against a Charity. My feeling is that, firstly, the CC has to be approached to ask… Read More
Just got this snippet from a site called Gala Fawkes. What a bunch of conniving wretches Foe are. Apparently, they are not alone in this trickery and I hope the charity commission sorts this pronto. Some might say "fat chance"!
"When members of the public donate to Friends of the Earth, they think they are giving money to a charity, not a limited company. Their leaflets neglect to mention that donations actually go to Friends of the Earth Limited, the political wing of the… Read More
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