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Tory Call For Consensus On Climate Change Has Hollow Ring - Baker

March 14, 2005 12:00 AM

Responding to the Conservatives call today for a cross party consensus on climate change, Liberal Democrat Shadow Environment Secretary, Norman Baker MP, said:

"Today's call by Tim Yeo comes over a month after Charles Kennedy wrote to Tony Blair and Michael Howard proposing a cross-party consensus on climate change.

"The fact that he is yet to receive a response shows just how hollow Tim Yeo's words are. When its comes to the environment there's nothing more toxic than a Tory."