Sunday, 4 April 2010

Police secretly photographing 14million motorists and their passengers every day and keeping images for two years
Police are secretly photographing up to 14 million motorists a day and storing their details for years, it has emerged.

Images of drivers and their front seat passengers captured by a network of cameras are being held on a police database without motorists knowledge, a police document has revealed.
Now police chiefs are facing a legal challenge from privacy campaigners who say that they using automatic number plate recognition (ANPR) cameras to spy on innocent road users.

How Eurocrats want to spend £1.1m changing the English Channel's name to 'Le Pond'
The English Channel is to be wiped off the map and replaced with the name ‘the Anglo-French Pond’ under plans by Brussels to bolster the notion of an EU superstate.

THE three Labour MPs charged over their “fraudulent” expense claims have applied for legal aid

BRITAIN’S leading Muslim politician, Sayeeda Warsi, has hit back at Gordon Brown’s attack on Conservative plans to cap immigration and accused Labour of peddling racist policies, writes Kirsty Buchanan

Markets No Longer Buying Europe's Bailout Talk On Greece, Bond Yields Now Rising Again
Bond markets continue to price-in increased risk into Greek bonds

Up to 20 Labour MPs may stand down this week
Up to 20 Labour MPs are in negotiations with party chiefs to stand down next week as Gordon Brown fires the starting gun on the general election campaign.

The New Labour project was always destined to fail
The power of language defeated the forces of logic, says Janet Daley

Deception unworthy of the Office of Prime Minister
On May 7, 1999, Gordon Brown announced he was planning to sell 400 tons of our natural stock of gold.

The British economy was still in good health and required no cash injection, yet he threw away more than half a century’s worth of the country’s inheritance – at the very bottom of the market.

Financial Manipulation on Wall Street: An Economy run on Smoke and Mirrors
We have an economy run on smoke and mirrors, based on the manipulation of markets. That was accomplished via the executive order signed by President Ronald Reagan in 1988 in the aftermath of the stock market collapse of October 19, 1987, known as the “President’s Working Group on Financial markets.” This order intended to be implemented during emergencies has been used to manipulate markets worldwide 24/7.


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