Friday, 9 April 2010

Fuel protests in the pipeline as angry hauliers slam record £1.20-a-litre petrol prices
Fuel protests could be in the pipeline before the General Election as prices continue to soar at the pumps.

Prices have hit a record average of £1.20p a litre and industry experts have warned the price could rocket to £1.50p this summer due to the weak pound and increased cost of wholesale fuel.

Hospital flu admissions soar 700% in one year
Flu hospital admissions soared at the end of last year
The number of days people spent in hospital beds with flu in 2009 was up 700 per cent on 2008, data showed today.

Tories finally reveal they'll axe £2billion from public payroll... but will it cost 40,000 jobs?
Tories insist people won't be fired, just not replaced
Cameron admits measures are 'not enough' to trim bloated state
Deutsche Bank: Conservative victory will be best for economy
Brown forced through NI hike when Treasury wanted VAT rise
Darling concedes Tories have won first few days of campaign

Gold Hits Fresh Euro High as Banking Run Hits Greece
THE PRICE OF GOLD ticked back from a 12-week high for Dollar investors early Thursday, recording the best London Gold Fix since Jan.12th as the US currency rose against the Euro and global stock markets fell.

Bilderberg To Prolong Global Financial Recession For Another Year
Tucker: Elite will get together in Sitges, Spain from June 3-6 to push agenda for world economic governance; Hotel Dolce Sitges likely location

Big Brother pre-crime quiz used on children
The British government plans to collect lifelong records on all residents starting at the age of five, in order to screen for those who might be more likely to commit crimes in the future.

In a plan being piloted by Lincolnshire Community Health Services, all parents of children starting school are being sent an 83-question survey that asks detailed questions about their lives and their children's behavior.

Death Of The Internet: Unprecedented Censorship Bill Passes in UK
“Wash-up” process used to rush through draconian legislation as a pitiful handful of MPs attend debate


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