Daily Archives: April 18, 2007

Parents seek legal challenge to block Al Gore film in schools

Parents who claim that an award-winning film on climate change is inaccurate and politically motivated are threatening a legal challenge over the Government's decision to send it to every secondary school, according to the Telegraph. The film by Al Gore, … Continue reading

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UK to dumb down human rights and Data protection in Europe

Statewatch has today published a damning critique of crucial EU proposals on suspects' rights in cross-border criminal proceedings, data protection in the area of police and judicial cooperation, and the expulsion of migrants from the EU.  Four detailed Statewatch analyses … Continue reading

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John Reid soon to receive new orders from Europe

John Reid will soon be receiving new orders from Europe on Justice and Home affairs. JUSTICE and HOME AFFAIRS COUNCIL General Secretariat of the Council of the European Union  The Council will start its work on Thursday 19 April 2007 … Continue reading

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