Energy Security Debate
Today I took a few moments out from my frenzied Leadership Election Campaign to speak in the Energy Security Debate.
The problem was that too many people wanted to speak. With Front Benchers taking about 75 mins for starting and the about 30-45 mins to sum up there is little space for others.
I, therefore, tried to get my key point for gas (which is that there is no incentive to import into storage on warmer days) on an intervention.
I tried intervening on a tory asking about Nuclear Energy Imports. He got a bit confused and waffled on about the electricity interconnector. I don't think he knows that we don't have uranium mines in the UK.