According to sources close to the DECC a senior Whitehall mandarin has been called in to diffuse tensions between Davey at the DECC and Owen Paterson at the Department of the Environment. Who do you believe? The squeaky clean defender of the countryside Paterson or the “stone-age decrier” Davey. No contest. One a single minded acolyte of wind and climate change, neither exactly known for honesty, and the other someone who has listened to his constituents, studied their problems and is exploring the facts rather than the spin. After Davey’s behaviour at the Lib-Dim conference where he showed total contempt for the rural population and distain for his coalition partners, the time has come for Cameron to break up the DECC and sack Davey, publicly and without compassion, just as Davey treats those he subjects to his wind farms and his Climate Change dogma. The article is here in the Daily Mail.
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