Most people in the UK think the theat from climate change is really serious. So why are politicians pandering to the minority who do not?

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This is from IPSOS Mori today:

Seventy-seven per cent of people in this country think climate change is a serious threat.

At the same time, our politicians are treating it as a minor inconvenience.

In a very real sense, it is appropriate to ask what planet they are on.

I really hope that the public does no longer tolerate them.

Climate change and central bankers are the biggest threats to our economy right now, with politicians coming in a short head behind.

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