Daily Archives: April 10, 2007

Letter to John Reid

 This item from Johnno, an ex police officer who decided to resign the force in order to campaign for better policing, Real Policing.  You can sign up to his growing campaign here. Johnno spent three and a half years as … Continue reading

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Denial of Service attack

This site has now suffered from a serious Denial of Service attack for the second time in 3 days.  My hosting company take these matters very seriously, and are in the process of compiling a report as to what and/or … Continue reading

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Proof of NuLab lies over ID cards

NuLab lied, Blair Lied, Brown Lied, Blunkett lied, Clarke lied, Reid lied, they all lied about the ID CARDS.  Documents released under the Freedom of Information Act revealed it always planned to make the controversial ID Card scheme compulsory. Like … Continue reading

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Scottish Labour’s saddest video yet

The Scottish Labour party have released what I can only call the saddest of a whole bunch of sad attack video’s, with this one being nothing short of pure nanny statist and very condescending.  You can view the video here.  … Continue reading

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More NHS money down the bed pan

At a time when the NHS cannot balance its books, the NPfIT is shot to pieces, nurses and staff are being sacked due to lack of funds, the moronic ministry of sickness is throwing more taxpayer money away.  The DoH … Continue reading

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Doctors call for end to NPfIT

“Not fit for purpose”, “totally unsecured”, “We cannot foresee the system working adequately in a clinical context.” are just some of the coments from doctors and hospital administrators. Dozens of users of a system delivered under the NHS's £12.4bn National … Continue reading

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Tony Blair in sex romp with Monika Lewinski at Chequers

Well, that could be the rumour anyway. But we just don’t know because Tony wont release the details of who he has entertained at Chequers. Could he have something to hide?  Downing Street said in a letter last August that … Continue reading

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Telephone monitoring ‘don’t let the customers know’

Have you ever wondered why telephone intercepts are not used in court? We are consistently told that our Security Services use telephone intercepts as part of the arsenal of powers available to them in the ‘War on Terror’, and in … Continue reading

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