Monthly Archives: August 2009

Anti-UKIP and pro-Green: the BBC at its most blatantly biased The UKIP is a conservative party that wants Britain out of the EU Several weeks ago, the BBC decided to start running stories about how well the Green Party would … Continue reading

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British Lion Muzzled Britain is sinking fast, and in too many ways its government is its people’s worst enemy Jihadists struck London on July 7, 2005 and Glasgow on June 29, 2007, and many still operate in Britain — but … Continue reading

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RE: TREES ADVANCING IN A WARMING WORLD An email from James Rust [jrust@bellsouth.net], Professor of Nuclear Engineering (ret.) The BBC Earth News article on trees advancing in a warming world did not mention if the researchers had considered increased atmospheric … Continue reading

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An experience of a British “sink” school Lack of discipline was all-destructive — even with a dedicated teacher During her second year as a teacher in an inner London secondary school, Oenone Crossley-Holland sat next to a man at a … Continue reading

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Fonts I asked for comments about the larger font I have started using here. Most people liked the larger font but those who did not seemed to dislike it mainly because it made a narrow column slow to scroll through. … Continue reading

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British human rights watchdog begins legal action over membership policy of anti-immigration party The British National Party is facing legal action over claims that its membership restrictions are in breach of racial discrimination laws. The Equality and Human Rights Commission … Continue reading

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What English conservatism COULD look like On his first morning as mayor of Doncaster in South Yorkshire, Peter Davies cut his salary from £73,000 to £30,000, then closed the council’s newspaper for “peddling politics on the rates.” Now three weeks … Continue reading

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