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This was supposed to be the climate crisis election. So what happened? | Stephen Buranyi

The public want action, but with the Tories obsessed with Brexit, the issue hasn't gained traction in the mediaThe moment I began to lose hope that this really would be "the climate election" came the day after Channel 4 hosted its climate debate. For the first time in British history, party leaders had gathered to discuss how to tackle the climate crisis. Yet the papers and morning TV and radio shows didn't seem particularly interested in the discussion: they spent more time talking about Michael Gove and Stanley Johnson's Borat-esque attempt to storm the doors with a camera crew.It's useless to waste energy blaming Gove, the chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster, for this. There is a term used in basketball to explain the behaviour of an incorrigible gunner who hoists a shot at every opportunity: shooters shoot. It's just their nature. Gove goves, meaning if you trot him out, he does personally and professionally debasing things in front of television cameras to lock down their attention. Continue reading...
Zdroj: The Guardian

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