That reprehensible sentence is unworthy of Jackie Ashley but she writes it in today's Guardian.
"Dear Ms Ashley,
1. I am open to the possibility that the climate is changing and it is man-made.
2. We should improve energy efficiency and diversify energy
supplies but I do not believe that we should turn the UK economy upside
down in order to reduce our carbon footprint when I think it highly
likely that small changes made here will be overwhelmed by what happens
in India, for example (where 30% of people have no electricity), and
3. If we want to improve the welfare of the world's poorest we are better focusing on giving them clean water; fighting malaria, HIV/AIDS; and, in particular, lifting trade barriers.
4. A richer world is much more likely to cope with extreme weather events than one shackled by immature energy technologies.
5. I have never supported apartheid and resent what you wrote this morning. Perhaps the nasty nature of your attack suggests you may be worried about losing the intellectual argument?