Thursday, 8 April 2010

Lies, trickery and manipulation
Twenty-two years after Charter 88, Gordon Brown's pitiful promise of constitutional reform leaves me sickened

UK needs 'drastic austerity measures' to prevent debt explosion
Bank for International Settlements issues stark warning on debt as OECD cuts growth forecast for British economy

Get ready for smaller bins, tougher fines and even more recycling
Families are likely to be given even smaller wheelie bins under the new targets
Families face stricter recycling demands, tougher fines and having to use smaller wheelie bins under new waste disposal targets.

Balls forced to drop plans for compulsory sex lessons at age five
Schools secretary Ed Balls was forced to drop his plans to start sex lessons as young as five
Ed Balls yesterday dropped controversial plans to make sex education compulsory for children as young as five

Second-hand goods shoppers told to leave thumbprints at stores in new police scheme
Customers are being asked to leave a thumbprint when trading in second-hand goods for cash in order to stop criminals making money out of stolen items.

A number of second-hand stores in Norwich have agreed to take part in the scheme, launched by local police.

A police spokeswoman said the prints would help detectives trace sellers if goods turned out to be stolen.

Labour's betrayal of British workers: Nearly every one of 1.67m jobs created since 1997 has gone to a foreigner
Immigration was at the centre of the election campaign today as it emerged that virtually every extra job created under Labour has gone to a foreign worker.
Figures suggested an extraordinary 98.5 per cent of 1.67million new posts were taken by immigrants.

Governors Across America Shaken Up By 'Restore America Declaration'
A Declaration of American Rights is making waves across the nation and apparently State and Federal Government is very concerned. Notices are being sent to all 50 Governors offices in America demanding that America be restored to it’s original intention or officials face removal from office.The declaration also included a Dejure Grand Jury Warrant

The great flu conspiracy
The idea of Big Pharma duping the WHO over swine flu is thrilling. The reality is more prosaic

British soldier killed in Afghanistan gun battle
A British soldier has died after he was shot during a gun battle in Afghanistan on Wednesday afternoon, the Ministry of Defence said.

Pawnbroking customers told by police to leave thumbprint
Customers who sell second-hand goods at pawnbrokers or so-called cash shops are being asked to leave a thumbprint by police

MPs’ expenses: Margaret Moran sells taxpayer-funded Luton home for £177,000 profit
Margaret Moran, the disgraced MP, is selling her taxpayer-funded constituency house for a £177,000 profit.

Obama & Co. Want National Biometric ID
A bipartisan group of U.S. Senators is teaming up with the Obama administration to legalize illegal immigrants and require biometric national ID cards for every American worker, prompting a swift and bipartisan backlash across the nation.

Apricot Seeds Kill Cancer Cells without Side Effects
Are apricot seeds a source for a natural substance that kills cancer cells without destroying the cancer victim's health and wealth? The essential ingredient has been called laetrile or vitamin B 17. If there is any merit to it, why is this information being suppressed? Why are people who have been cured or have cured others being censured and imprisoned? Could be there is something to the claims

Leaked video shows civilian killings in Iraq, signifies growing power of independent Web journalism
When a nonprofit group this week released video footage, leaked via a source in the Pentagon, showing a 2007 U.S. helicopter attack on a group of civilians in Baghdad, the clip unleashed a viral online sensation and ignited an intense debate about the conduct of U.S. forces in Iraq.

But the simple fact of the video's release also reflects the ongoing revolution in how news gets produced and published.


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