Not exactly an honest description of the choice facing the voters of Corby, is it?
I’ll be voting for the Labour candidate, Beth Miller, whose existence the Conservative candidate seems to fail to acknowledge…
One factor is that of the three candidates standing in Corby (there is a LibDem too, Chris Stanbra) then two of them have signed up to Friends of the Earth’s climate pledge, and one has not.
Given that Boris Johnson failed to turn up to a debate on climate change and ‘sent’ his dad and Michael Gove along instead, can you guess which party is not taking climate change seriously?
Another clue is that the Conservative manifesto is very weak on climate change compared with that of either the LibDems or Labour.
And then there is the fact that Conservative candidates have not appeared at climate-related election hustings.
And Conservative candidates have been told not to make pledges for increased action on climate change.
I think we can predict which of the candidates in Corby has gone missing on climate change…but let’s check;
If you care about climate change and want your next UK government to take climate change seriously then have a look at what your candidates are doing and saying, and what their parties are doing and saying, on this subject.