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Deborah Meaden rages at Sunak and Truss' response to climate change 'They have no idea!'
Climate change was pretty weak from both of them," she declared after watching one of the pair's televised debates.She added: "They clearly have no idea of the scale…."Rishi Sunak has already been slammed for "economic illiteracy" over the issue.In previous government debates, he consistently voted against policies aimed at minimising the perils of climate change and global warming.And just before the pandemic began, he dismissed the idea of a proposal to cut almost all transport emissions by 2030.Back in 2016, he chose not to vote in favour of lowering the maximum carbon emissions for new homes.Meanwhile, he even stood against plans for a windfall tax against oil and gas companies.However he did create incentives for those who installed eco-friendly insulation in their homes, and cut VAT for those who chose to install solar panels on their homes.Plus he also grabbed attention when his Budget Statement announced he would like to divert £1 billion to a Net Zero innovation fund.When asked what members of the public could do in the fight against climate change, Mr Sunak simply suggested recycling - a technique that many have argued would not go far enough.Meanwhile Liz Truss was keen to let the world know that she had been an eco-warrior "before it was fashionable"."I was a teenage eco warrior campaigning against damage to the ozone layer," the leadership candidate proudly announced.However, some of her critics believe her policy ideas on the matter have barely progressed since those teenage years.She previously held the position of Environment Secretary, but during that time, she cut subsidies for wind farms and dismissed Michael Gove's ideas for cutting air pollution.Ms Truss also announced in March that she would
David Dickinson to be honoured at National Reality TV Awards as nominations revealed
EastEnders legend Adam Woodyatt, Ready to Mingle host Katherine Ryan, Celebs Go Dating contestant Ulrika Jonsson and I'm A Celebrity 2021 runner-up Simon Gregson are among the list of celebrities in this category.The 11th annual National Reality TV Awards will be taking place on Thursday, July 28 at the Porchester Hall in London.Over 5.7 million submissions were received for this year’s nominations.Members of the public decides the winners of each category by voting on the official NRTA website for their favourite shows, celebrities or participants.The Best Reality TV Judge category sees Touker Suleyman (Dragon’s Den), Sir Alan Sugar (The Apprentice), David Walliams (BGT), Mary Berry (Celebrity Best Home Cook), Steven Bartlett (Dragon’s Den) go head to head with Esme Young (The Great British Sewing Bee), Deborah Meaden (Dragon’s Den), Val Garland (Glow up : Britain’s Next Make Up Star), Alesha Dixon (BGT) and Tom Jones (The Voice UK).While the Best Docs-Series award could be won by Jay Blades’ Home Fix, London Lit, Extraordinary Extensions, Jack Whitehall: Travels with My Father, Bangers & Cash, Sam & Billie: The Mummy Diaries, Dubai Hustle, Being Joel Corry, Idris Elba’s Fight School, Ferne McCann: First Time Mum, Meet the Khans: Big in Bolton, Ready to Mingle or Georgia & Tommy: Baby Steps.Made in Chelsea will go up against The Only Way is Essex, First Dates, The Real Housewives of Cheshire, Ibiza Weekender, Escape to the Chateau, Gogglebox, London Lit, Catfish UK, Meet the Khans: Big in Bolton and MTV Cribs to be crowned Best Reality Non-Competition Show.