Sunday, April 15, 2007

Scepticism

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Devonport, near Plymouth, to have nuclear submarines? Revealed: the MOD plan to move Trident

"A party official posed as a member of the public in an election broadcast."
Labour on the rack over fake broadcast

Labour's own goal

AL Kennedy told a German newspaper that Blair is a "deranged war criminal" and that Muslims were being marked out as criminals. http://scotlandonsunday.scotsman.com/index.cfm?id=577412007

"The phenomenon of Neets (young people "not in education, employment or training") is on the rise. More than 1.2 million 16- to 24-year-olds in England, Scotland and Wales - almost a fifth of the age group - are spending their time doing literally nothing, according to a study published last week." Meet the Neets

Scepticism mars Nigerian election race

Insane! Stop the Mental Health Bill

Google flexes its advertising muscle with $3bn takeover

Racism and assaults soar in English schools

"The bigger the school, the worse its discipline." Government by control freaks
Do not vote Liberal-Democrat.
Malcolm Bruce is one of those who have defended Paul Wolfowitz.
Malcolm Bruce; Constituency: Gordon, Scotland; Born in Birkenhead; Education: Wrekin College, Shropshire; divorced in 1992, and married Rosemary Vetterlein; Has voted in 53% of votes in parliament - well below average amongst MPs. How have they voted? Military action against Iraq - 17.2.1998: Malcolm Bruce voted to allow UK military action against Iraq if peace bid failed.

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