EXPOSED: Top Tory admits wind farm 'conspiracy' comments.



Former East Midlands Euro MP and Corby Campaign Manager Chris Heaton-Harris is in steaming hot water and has apparently this morning admitted some allegations being made against him but denied a 'secret plan' saying he was just bragging.

On the eve of what's expected to be the Tories biggest by election drubbing for sixteen years he's been accused of conspiring with a political opponent.

The Daventry MP was filmed claiming he was helping anti-wind farm campaigner James Delingpole to join the race in Corby.

Mr Heaton-Harris told a Greenpeace activist that he wanted to get the issue of wind farms higher up the political agenda, so had provided Mr Delingpole with 'a handful of people who will sort him out'.

Undercover footage posted on tbg. last night shows Mr Heaton-Harris saying - "Please don't tell anybody ever!"

Mr Delingpole subsequently decided not to contest the election whilst Mr Heaton-Harris denied betraying his party telling reporters in Corby last night that - "I would never betray a party I have been a member of for 25 years."

tbg. supposes you can draw your own conclusions in this murky scandal. However, tbg. is pro renewable energy and pro wind-farms - they are not eyesores and look marvelous, they look like the future, a clean future.

The U.K. should be leading the way in the new industries of the 21st century as it did in the 18th & 19th. Eventually creating a carbon-free economy with clean energy which isn't just good for our planetary environment, the economy and energy supply independence, but also our health and our pockets.

tbg. would like to know if all new homes have a solar roof to produce heating/hot water for the property?

UPDATE: Heaton-Harris has released this statement - "The quotes attributed to me range from factually correct statements to me bragging about things beyond my control, which has so often before been the failing of politicians.

"The implication that I choreographed any sort of ‘secret plan’ is simply not the case and I apologise if that is the impression given.

"It can hardly be said that my wanting to 'put this on the agenda' is new. I have spent years fighting on-shore wind, getting over 100 MPs to sign a letter to the Prime Minister, securing debates and raising questions in Parliament and touring the country speaking to anti-wind groups."

"It is a subject I am passionate about and will continue to work on until communities across my constituency, Northamptonshire and the country have the protection they deserve.".