Tuesday, May 18, 2010

Cameron Gets Gassy in Medway

The leader of the opposition visited Gas workers at the LNG importation terminal at grain. However, none of the local press heard that Cameron was coming.

The 130 workers at the plant heard what the possible next prime minister had to say about the Conservative parties new policy on energy security. Local conservative candidate Mark Reckless heard of the visit but thought that matters had been sorted by the regional press officer. According to information found out by the Medway Messenger, Mr reckless had been told of the visit and was supposed to tip off the press.

Asked on the visit the conservative party said It was a significant thing where decisions could be made to remove the climate change levy from the bills and instead charge the supplier and producer according to the amount of carbon they produce.


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