Monthly Archives: August 2010

The Article 36 Committee

Lets go back in time a bit. Back to the days when Tony Blair ruled supreme in the UK, and not long after the horrendous events of 9/11. The UK, like most other western nations started to implement a flood … Continue reading

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Liam Fox is giving us Nudge

There are 3 word identical articles today, The Times (which I wont link to because I refuse to use the paywall), The Guardian and the Express. All carry the same headline – Britain, France plan defence pact. Its bullshit, a … Continue reading

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THE ALBION ALLIANCE presents..

INFORMATION. Information is power, we all know that, but until now in the UK the politicians and the media have had a virtual monopoly on information coming out of the EU, and on the way in which it is shaped … Continue reading

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European Arrest Warrant – a question to those who voted for it.

I have a very simple question for Dan Hannan MEP, and all the other MEPs at the time mentioned below. Why did you inflict this pain, suffering and injustice upon your own countrymen? Have you no shame whatsoever, as it … Continue reading

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Chief Scientific Advisor – EU

In these harsh economic times, there are just some things that no longer seem essential, if indeed they ever were essential. The President of the European Commission, the portuguese Maoist, José Manuel Barroso announced plans in March to recruit a … Continue reading

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Comitology – UK Government back door to EU law

Comitology – a word that many have probably heard politicians speak about but don’t have the faintest idea of what it means, or more importantly how it works. Comitology in the European Union refers to the committee system which oversees … Continue reading

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EU’s Road Pricing project – Coming to the UK

The Drivers Alliance have put out the following information via their newsletter, but I thought I would share it with all here, as Cameron/Clegg have much to answer for especially as those 1.8m who signed the petition under Blair’s regime … Continue reading

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Another ‘Power Loss’?

Approximately three years ago 1.8million signatures were appended to a petition on the No10 website which was against the introduction of road-pricing. It is fair to say that the then government took little notice of this as, in effect, ‘transport’ … Continue reading

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Google CEO says change your name for privacy

Every week in the UK there reports of data losses from government databases, banks, corporate bodies and public services resulting over the past few years of literally hundreds of thousands of personal details lost. We have no way of knowing … Continue reading

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Why was the Audit Commission in such a mess?

In response to a comment from Witterings from Witney, I have decided to re-post an article that I first published in Feb07. I replied to his comment thus: We need to consider WHY departments like the Audit Commission have become … Continue reading

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