Wednesday, 31 March 2010

Hacked climate email inquiry cleared Jones but serious questions remain
Climate inquiry has dodged key questions in its rush to clear the name of the harangued head of the Climate Research Unit


UK consumer confidence slips, fears grow over personal finances
UK consumer confidence slipped in March as Britons grew more worried about the economic outlook and the state of their finances, a survey showed on Wednesday.


UK households have less to spend each week than a year ago
Weak earnings growth and high inflation meant that the average UK household was 3.8pc worse off in February than it was the year before, new research shows.


Credit crisis cost the nation £7trn, says Bank of England
Bank director criticises current regulation and calls for structural reform


Drugs, terrorism and shadow banking


State debt woes grow too big to camouflage
Economist: ‘When an accident is waiting to happen, it eventually does’


Is a serious Israel-EU crisis in the works?


Extraordinary details of the Queen's finances revealed


Police refuse to name sex offenders on the run 'because of their RIGHTS to privacy
Police are refusing to reveal the identities of sex offenders who are on the run - because it would be an invasion of their privacy.


The bionic-arm of the law: Police unveil new metal detector glove to fight knife
Police have unveiled their latest weapon in the fight against knife crime - a metal detecting glove which can identify blades hidden under clothing.

The £100 e-Glove fits inside the palm of the hand and silently vibrates when it passes over anything containing the tiniest trace of metal.


The £5m single mother: Taxpayers face extraordinary benefits bill to support a single broken family


Recession-hit Britons give up on drink as alcohol sales drop a record amount
Spending on alcohol has fallen by a record amount during the recession.
The Office for National Statistics revealed that sales of wine, spirits and beer dropped by 6.6 per cent in 2009 - the largest slump since it began reporting the figures in 1965.


Despite 17 Government schemes hospital food improvements are a £50m failure
Failed attempts to improve hospital food have cost taxpayers more than £50million in the last 10 years, it has emerged.


Will the Queen stop a second election? Brown could cling on as premier even if Tories win
The Queen could step in and block a second General Election this year in the event of a hung Parliament, to prevent Britain spiralling into an economic crisis


Wake up America, Your Dreams Have Become a Nightmare!
When we finally awake from our peaceful sleep we will realize the ownership and control of our country was taken from us... We are a defeated and conquered nation.

While we were sleeping 16,613 of our wealth generating companies have permanently slipped into foreign ownership. The further profits, which formerly supplied us with our strength and comforts, will now belong to our foreign masters who have stealthily taken control of us in an economics war. We are now for all intents and purposes as we were before 1776: an American Colony.


Gordon Brown calls for global climate fund
Gordon Brown is attempting to get international climate change negotiations back on track by pushing for a multi-billion fund to help the countries worst affected by global warming.


9/11 Commissioner slips up, says missile hit Pentagon‏

3 comments:

G.O.T. 31 March 2010 at 18:59  

Just to let you know that I can't seem to access the Hacked Climate Email story. The link appears to be broken ;-(

The Network 31 March 2010 at 22:21  

ta i check it out

The Network 31 March 2010 at 22:25  

cheers GOT fixed now

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