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Sam Bright

About

Sam is DeSmog’s UK Deputy Editor. He was previously the Investigations Editor of Byline Times and an investigative journalist at the BBC. He is the author of two books: Fortress London, and Bullingdon Club Britain.

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Rishi Sunak’s Tories accepted hundreds of thousands from major donors with financial ties to the oil and gas industry.

Rishi Sunak’s Tories accepted hundreds of thousands from major donors with financial ties to the oil and gas industry.
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New documents show the close financial relationship between Conservative Party patrons and anti-climate think tanks.

New documents show the close financial relationship between Conservative Party patrons and anti-climate think tanks.
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It’s “a scandal” that the party continues to support Graham Stringer, campaigners say.

It’s “a scandal” that the party continues to support Graham Stringer, campaigners say.
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Scientific modelling indicates that areas of Clacton could be submerged annually.

Scientific modelling indicates that areas of Clacton could be submerged annually.
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The anti-net zero party has been bankrolled by oil and gas investors, aviation entrepreneurs, and those who reject climate science.

The anti-net zero party has been bankrolled by oil and gas investors, aviation entrepreneurs, and those who reject climate science.
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The Reform UK leader is a vocal opponent of net zero policies, and has questioned the basis of established climate science.

The Reform UK leader is a vocal opponent of net zero policies, and has questioned the basis of established climate science.
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The broadcaster’s decision to platform a “notorious” anti-science group raises major questions ahead of the general election, campaigners say.

The broadcaster’s decision to platform a “notorious” anti-science group raises major questions ahead of the general election, campaigners say.
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“Outrageous” findings show that the Conservative Party “is clearly in bed with the fossil fuel lobby”, say MPs and campaigners.

“Outrageous” findings show that the Conservative Party “is clearly in bed with the fossil fuel lobby”, say MPs and campaigners.
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After donating £50,000 to a Conservative faction in December, the Legatum Institute has now hired Lynton Crosby’s influential CT Group.

After donating £50,000 to a Conservative faction in December, the Legatum Institute has now hired Lynton Crosby’s influential CT Group.
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The views expressed on the channel had “absolutely no basis in fact”, experts have said.

The views expressed on the channel had “absolutely no basis in fact”, experts have said.