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Didn't seem to bother them before when oil and other commodities were dropping dropping rates - despite the huge gluttonous debt fuelled pit that they made of the rest of the economy as a result. Why should they bother now.

They have a prime remit which is inflation, stick to it or lose credibility and watch the pound take it in the neck.

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http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/sci/tech/4338246.stm DTI screwing green energy companies over grants gap

Also starting a review

<http://www.hm-treasury.gov.uk/Independent_Reviews/stern_review_economics_climate_change/sternreview_index.cfm>

Stern Review on the Economics of Climate Change

The Chancellor announced on 19 July 2005 that he had asked Sir Nick

Stern to lead a major review of the economics of climate change, to

understand more comprehensively the nature of the economic challenges

and how they can be met, in the UK and globally.

The review will be taken forward jointly by the Cabinet Office and HM

Treasury, and will report to the Prime Minister and Chancellor by

Autumn 2006. It takes place within the context of existing national and

international climate change policy.

The announcement of this review is a further demonstration of the

importance which this Government attaches to the issue of climate

change, and follows its decision to make climate change a priority for

the UK Presidencies of the G8 and EU.

Call for evidence

Nick Stern invites interested stakeholders in the UK and the rest of

the world, including academic, private sector, scientific, NGO and

other experts, to submit evidence to the Review. Evidence on all areas

relevant to the Terms of Reference will be welcomed. The deadline for

evidence to be submitted is 9 December 2005 .

Submissions should be sent to the review team at:

callforevidence@sternreview.org.uk

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