"If ye love wealth better than liberty, the tranquility of servitude better than the animating contest of freedom, go home from us in peace. We ask not your counsels or your arms. Crouch down and lick the hands which feed you. May your chains set lightly upon you, and may posterity forget that you were our countrymen."

Sunday, 25 July 2010

Sunday Round-up

I thought this was supposed to be the quiet season for news?

UK chasing India's economic coat-tail
Gordon mounts his political hobby-horse in Uganda
The KGB, MI5 and the "extermination" of David Kelly
The Chilcot Inquiry and the withholding of evidence
Hans Blix at the Chilcot Inquiry on Tuesday 27th
'Minority Report' software tested by UK police
Friends & family track paeodophile and rescue two tots - not the police
Prisons' Minister Blunt (Con, Reigate) and restorative justice
National Crime Agency to be launched tomorrow
ST investigation reveals details of NHS cuts
The other side of the NHS coin
Libya, Lockerbie & London
Salmond says 'No' to US senate
USA 'wanted al-Megrahi freed' but to remain in Scotland
BP begins drilling off Libya
Rawnsley gives an insight into the workings of the coalition
Keegan on the difficulties facing Osborne
White, middle-class & male? Don't waste ink applying to the FCO
Balls considers dropping out of contention for leadership
Balls, Black & Bilderberg connections
An outbreak of Milibanditis in Labour leadership battle
Questions raised over Harman's integrity in visa row
Former AofC's verdict on the Big Society - too much red tape
Man who leaked info on Blair's bodyguards is arrested under OSA
Social housing tenants "trapped"
Taxis for teens instead of police on the beat
Hollobone (Con, Kettering) warned of legal action re burqas
Tory sleaze returns: the adulterous Patrick Mercer

Out in the big, wide world:
The American soldiers captured by the taliban
Seven more American banks collapse
The "illegal" & debased Nobel Peace Prize
Pol Pot's executioner; Cambodia's killing fields
Active Denial System ('pain ray') won't be deployed in Afghanistan
Equatorial Guinea bids to join the Commonwealth

Woodland Trust Sites
The Mud Miners: not for the faint-hearted
How language shapes our thinking
Almost anything on this page
Coogan & Brydon back on BBC2

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