How green are the Conservatives?

That’s the question posed by Chris Huhne MP in his article for today’s Guardian which you can also read on the party’s website.

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3 Comments

  • Climb every stairway 27th Apr '07 - 3:47pm

    Huhne’s a joke as our speaker on the environment. The man has 7 houses FFS.

    He should be a Tory!

  • Antony Hook antony_hook 27th Apr '07 - 3:54pm

    Chris is head and shoulders above the average politician of any party.

    He’s far too clever to be a Tory.

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