Daily Archives: May 6, 2007

Father of climate science is a heretic

Reid Bryson is a climatologist. In fact he's been credited with the invention of climatology as an academic subject. It has been suggested that he is the most widely cited climatologist there is.   And what has he got to … Continue reading

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Removal of the fast track service for first-time adult passport customers

From 1 June 2007, first-time adult passport customers will no longer be able to use the fast track one-week service as they will have to attend an interview, as part of the passport application process. These interviews are for passport … Continue reading

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Blair’s future role as an ambassador – the spin doesn’t stop

The Daily Telegraph and other media are spinning the line that Blair will become a roving Ambassador in Africa. A roving what? What the gang of four (Baroness Morgan recruited Charles Dunstone, the founder of Carphone Warehouse, Russell Chambers, an … Continue reading

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Neil Kinnock director of electronic voting company in Scotland fiasco

The stench of nepotism and election fixing is getting stronger and more pungent as it emerged last night that one of the directors of the company DRS, responsible for the electronic voting systems and postal vote counting machines is non … Continue reading

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BBC 4 Any Answers broadcasts unwelcome truths, exposes state terrorism.

This item lifted directly from Postman Patel.   “Any Questions” is a weekly BBC4 program in which a panel of professional politicians and business leaders, a token woman and assorted celebrities answer questions about issues of the week. It is … Continue reading

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