Tuesday, 13 April 2010

THE Conservatives yesterday warned electors not to be fooled by Labour’s manifesto.

Shadow Schools Secretary Michael Gove spelled out 10 of Labour’s “102 broken promises” from 2005:

First Installment of Naked Body Scanner Contest Entries

GOOGLE CEO and Obama political activist Eric Schmidt declared this weekend that his machines will help decide what news you receive!

News sites should use technology to PREDICT what a user wants to read by what they have already read, Schmidt told the AMERICAN SOCIETY OF NEWS EDITORS, where a few humans still remained in the audience.

Judge in charge of family courts criticises ‘arrogant social workers’
Social workers have been criticised as “arrogant and enthusiastic removers of children from their parents” by the judge who takes charge of the family courts today.

Lord Justice Wall said that the determination of some social workers to place children in an “unsatisfactory care system” away from their families was “quite shocking”.

In a separate case, on which Sir Nicholas Wall also sat, Lord Justice Aikens described the actions of social workers in Devon as “more like Stalin’s Russia or Mao’s China than the West of England”.

Pimco warns of pressure on sterling and Bank of England
The head of European investments at the fund manager Pimco has warned that sterling could come under pressure if the UK fails to tackle its budget deficit after the general election.

Expenses scandal MPs to get legal aid
Three Labour MPs due to appear in court after allegedly abusing their expenses have risked angering voters further after they won their battle to have their legal fees paid by taxpayers.


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