‘Succession’ star Brian Cox criticises government over climate change: “We’re in deep shit”

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“This is not a party political issue”

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Actor Brian Cox has criticized the government’s handling of the issue in relation to the climate crisis, saying “we are in deep mess”.

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Scottish actor, most recently known for HBO’s . Known for playing Logan Roy in successionMILF appeared on BBC question time Thursday (21 October).

During the show, a member of the audience asked whether an independent Scotland would make the environment a higher priority than the current UK government.

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In response, Cox said: “It’s not a one-party political issue. We’re in deep shit, we really are. And we really have to face it.”

“To use a Scottish word, I am well and indeed very frankly sly.”

He added: “We have to rethink this, we have to make some sacrifices, to be better, we can’t afford to ‘well we can’t because we’ll lose it’.

“We have to think first and foremost about the planet and our responsibility to the planet.”

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Downing Street is set to host the UN climate summit, COP26, at the SEC in Glasgow from 31 October to 12 November, after a year-long delay due to the coronavirus.

This year’s event is particularly significant as it has been five years since COP21, where the Paris Agreement, which set long-term goals to reduce global greenhouse gas emissions, was first signed by world leaders.

Cox is currently promoting succession Season three which aired its first episode on Sunday (October 17) as the Roy family continues to wrestle for power.

In Granthshala Four-star reviews, described the third season as “making no changes to its original line-up or modus operandi”. It continues into dense, hour-long episodes, just as it was before: funny, terrifying, disturbing, cold, brilliant. “

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