As the explosion of health complaints allied to wind farms increases, The Scottish Government has caused some resentment from wind farm developers in progressing a health study. Those experienced in the machinations of the SNP cadre will shake their heads and expect yet another tick box exercise to exonerate their friends in the push to renewables in contrast to the peer review evidence increasingly from around the world that governments and industry have been criminally lax in ignoring that data available even prior to the March to Wind. This article in the Express really drills down into where we are now.
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