Express on Lilley's letter
Oct 18, 2015
Bishop Hill in BBC, Climate: Sceptics

The Express has a report on Peter Lilley's letter to Lord Hall, which will no doubt be of interest to readers.

Peter Lilley, a long standing member of the energy and climate select committee, has made a formal complaint to director general Lord Hall after discovering that mandarins had issued an apology following claims he made that the effects of climate change were being exaggerated.

Appearing on BBC Radio 4’s ‘What’s the Point of The Met Office’, Mr Lilley stated that, while he “accepted the thesis that more CO2 in the atmosphere will marginally warm up the earth”, he questioned the assertion that global warming would be as dramatic as is being portrayed in some scientific circles.

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