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The Daily Mail is a British daily tabloid newspaper, that publishes articles promoting a climate change skeptic view. As of mid-2011, "in its recent coverage of climate change and 'green taxes'", "The Daily Mail has given more than five times as much space to the contrarian Global Warming Policy Foundation's views than to any other source."[1]

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  • David Derbyshire (2008-12-02). Every household 'will have to pay £500 a year to fight climate change'. Mail Online. Retrieved on 2010-01-14. “Tough new targets on tackling climate change will cost Britain £500 a year per household, push up utility bills and force 1.7million Britons into fuel poverty by 2020. The grim predictions came from independent Government advisers yesterday as they set targets for slashing greenhouse gas emissions.”
  • Daily Mail Reporter (2010-01-11). Could we be in for 30 years of global COOLING?. (Daily) Mail Online. Retrieved on 2010-01-14. “(sic)Britain's big freeze is the start of a worldwide trend towards colder weather that seriously challenges global warming theories, eminent scientists claimed yesterday. The world has entered a 'cold mode' which is likely to bring a global dip in temperatures which will last for 20 to 30 years, they say...respected climate scientists and not those routinely dismissed by environmentalists as 'global warming deniers'...eminent climate scientists, including Professor Mojib Latif.”

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