A ‘huge cloud of doubt’ remains over the case for man made global warming, according to Lord Lawson of Blaby, following a new study into the ‘climategate’ scandal.
Sceptics claim that emails stolen from the University of East Anglia last year showed scientists were willing to manipulate the data to show a rise in global temperatures since the industrial era.
Three official inquiries were quickly launched by the university and the House of Commons that showed the scientists did nothing wrong.
But a new report by the Global Warming Policy Foundation (GWPF), a think tank set up by Lord Lawson, claims that the inquiries were ~"rushed and seriously inadequate".
Lord Lawson said the “defective” nature of the inquiries means that doubts remain about the science behind man made global warming.
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