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Thom Yorke Welcomes Gordon Brown's Climate Change Proposals
Contributed by: Jason Gregory
Source: gigwise
Posted on: November 21, 2007 09:33 MST
Filed under: Rock

Thom Yorke

Radiohead’s Thom Yorke has welcomed new climate change proposals unveiled by the British Prime Minister Gordon Brown.

Yorke posted his reaction to Brown’s new plans, which urge Britain to react faster to the problem of climate change, on Radiohead’s official website.

"I heard today that the British Prime Minister, Gordon his name is, has finally stopped faffing about and is talking about climate change as the inconvenient truth that it is, which, being as I am involved with Friends Of The Earth and the campaign to get a good law passed that really commits in the UK us to DO SOMETHING fast, is (at least on the surface) a good thing."

The Radiohead frontman also used his post to urge that a law be instated to make sure that the issue has to be taken seriously.

"If there is a law then we all have to act. am I dreaming? I am not the only one.(ahem~)," he said.

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