Honestly I can be a bugger for using up the earth's valuable resources. I could just get my local MP to stand in front of the wrack of wet clothes and ask him (because it invariably is a him and not a her) about his election promises. But no, I go ahead and tumble-dry wet clothes.
I asked a friend how she lived without one (her tumble-dryer I mean, she has an MP), she
said her last one broke and she simply didn't replace it.
So how can you cope without a tumble-dryer? Get extra
radiator racks, definitely get an outside line or
possibly one outside but under cover (is there a carport, conservatory
or simply a well ventilated passageway you can put it in?) A couple of my
friends have had sheilas put on the ceiling above a radiator and they
work really well.
Healthy? Don't think it really makes a difference.
Green? Hell yes, very.
Money saving? Yep
Lefty? Well it beats giving your money to the energy companies or a white goods manufacturer. So a little yes.
Or you can ask your MP over for a cuppa.