Envious of Green Party
SIR – The overwhelming case against the proposed incinerator in Hatfield has been well documented in the Welwyn & Hatfield Times. Both experts in the field and passionate concerned residents have voiced their fears. All four of the major political
SIR - The overwhelming case against the proposed incinerator in Hatfield has been well documented in the Welwyn & Hatfield Times.
Both experts in the field and passionate concerned residents have voiced their fears.
All four of the major political parties have made clear their objections and claimed, with the help of our votes, that they are the party that will fight to stop this incinerator being built.
So it would be reasonable, therefore, to presume that all four of the major parties have national policies that oppose the building of incinerators.
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Only one, the Green Party , has any such policy.
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In fact the Green Party proposes to pass laws that would make the building of any incinertors illegal.
Under a Green government this incinerator could not be built.
Under a Green-led county council this incinerator could not be built.
If local politicians from the other parties are to be believed, and they truly do oppose incinerators, then one would have to question their integrity in aligning themselves to political parties with whom they so fundamentally disagree.
Stonecross Road, Hatfield.