Nigel Farage: ‘Heat pumps in order to meet climate change targets, it’s a rich man’s game’

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‘Heat pumps in order to meet climate change targets, it’s a rich man’s game’

Nigel Farage says ‘a £5,000 grant is going to go to people to get a new heat pump. The trouble is that only applies to 90,000 and there are 27 million houses in the UK’ in discussion with David Morris, Director of Heat Pumps 4 Homes.

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