One of the joys of my job is the correspondence I receive. I had one chap who wrote to me every week for ages, with a long diatribe about the carbon price not being a carbon tax. In his opinion, Jools had told no lies.
Having not written on the topic, I declined to reply. But after the Ruddster had publicly announced that he was terminating the carbon TAX and Professor Jonathan Pincus had written a very erudite column explaining what is a tax and why the fixed price on carbon was a tax, I finally replied. I haven’t heard from him since.
Now George has written to me – the pet.