28 Facts About James Delingpole

1. In 2012 James Delingpole wrote an article in The Australian entitled " Wind Farm Scam a Huge Cover-Up" [4] containing controversial issues and tone, which was ultimately censured.

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2. James Delingpole has engaged in the global warming controversy ; in 2009 he wrote of "The conspiracy behind the Anthropogenic Global Warming myth".

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3. James Delingpole complained about the editing of his interview with Nurse because it focused on parts of the interview where, according to the Guardian, "he looks like an idiot.

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4. James Delingpole published an article in the Daily Mail describing the Met Office as a "menace" and claiming that the office has "finally conceded what other scientists have known for ages: there is no evidence that 'global warming' is happening.

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5. James Delingpole published an article in The Telegraph titled "An English class for trolls, professional offence-takers and climate activists.

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6. James Delingpole is a contributor to the book Climate Change: The Facts published by the Institute of Public Affairs and featuring "22 essays on the science, politics and economics of the climate change debate.

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7. James Delingpole went on the British news show Daily Politics to criticize Pope Francis's Encyclical on the Environment.

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8. James Delingpole describes climate change as an "outrageous scam" and says he will bet "on the Big Short principle" and call "this rigged market's bluff.

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9. James Delingpole announced in The Spectator that he was going to "put his money where his mouth is" and invest in a fund named Cool Futures with the aim of short-selling renewable energy stocks.

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10. James Delingpole gave a speech at the World Taxpayers' Associations in Berlin, he reports at Breitbart.

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11. James Delingpole wrote in the Spectator on how "It's tough being the only British journalist who's right about everything", describing his prediction of a Trump presidency as well as his recruitment at Breitbart under Trump's now-chief-strategist Steve Bannon.

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12. James Delingpole said the treatment of climate change deniers would change under the Trump administration: [56].

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13. James Delingpole adds that Ivanka and Jared Kushner are part of "the monstrously large group of special interests sometimes known as the Green Blob and sometimes as the Climate Industrial Complex.

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14. James Delingpole interviewed climate change denier Christopher Horner on his "Delingpole podcast.

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15. James Delingpole wrote a double-page splash for the Daily Mail entitled 'The Colossal Con Trick', criticising wind energy "propaganda" which he says supports an "unviable" industry.

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16. James Delingpole appeared on the BBC politics show, This Week, arguing for a "no deal" Brexit.

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17. James Delingpole is an English columnist and anti-windfarm activist who formerly blogged forThe Daily Telegraph and now writes for The Spectator and Breitbart.

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18. James Delingpole was sure America would give us a fantastic deal.

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19. James Delingpole is a British journalist who has Lyme disease.

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20. James Delingpole is married to Tiffany Daneff, a gardening journalist.

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21. In 2012 James Delingpole wrote an article in The Australian entitled "Wind Farm Scam a Huge Cover-Up" containing controversial issues and tone, which was ultimately censured.

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22. James Delingpole has engaged in climate change denialism; in 2009 he wrote of "The conspiracy behind the Anthropogenic Global Warming myth".

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23. James Delingpole is the author of several novels including Fin and Thinly Disguised Autobiography.

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24. James Delingpole is executive editor for Breitbart London, and has published several novels and four political books.

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25. In 2005 James Delingpole was awarded the Charles Douglas-Home Memorial Trust Award for his essay "What are museums for?".

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26. On 6 September 2012, James Delingpole announced he would stand in the upcoming Corby by-election on an anti-wind farms platform.

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27. In 2012, James Delingpole began Bogpaper, a satirical blog, with Jan Skoyles.

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28. In 2005 James Delingpole presented the Channel 4 documentary The British Upper Class, which was part of a series of three documentaries on the class system in Britain.

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