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Thursday 10th October News Roundup

October 10, 2013 // 0 Comments

The Telegraph  Top 1 per cent pay third of income tax Salmond spent £20,000 keeping secret non-existent EU legal advice BBC gives too much weight to climate sceptics, minister claims Environment minister: ‘The badgers have moved the goalposts’   The Guardian Help to buy? Yes [...]

A Catalogue of Chaos at Border Control

October 9, 2013 // 1 Comment

Catastrophic problems with the UK e-border scheme were revealed today, with Theresa May, Home Secretary, standing accused of presiding over a ‘catalogue of chaos at border control’. The scheme, which cost taxpayers £500 million, is still not working properly nearly a decade on from its [...]

Wednesday 9th October

October 9, 2013 // 0 Comments

The Telegraph  Snowden leaks ‘a gift for terrorists to attack us at will’, warns MI5 chief Drug smuggling ignored in favour of immigration checks at UK borders Rail fares: end to 10pc annual rises Ministers in new abortion ruling row Oxford vice-chancellor: student tuition fees should [...]

Baby Peter Betrayed Again

October 8, 2013 // 0 Comments

The nation was shocked in 2009 at the revelations in the trial of the killers of Baby Peter in the London Borough of Harringey.  Peter Connolly was a 17-month old who died as a result of more than 50 injuries. These included, a broken back, cuts to the head and neck, a broken shin bone, a ripped [...]

Clegg: ‘In Out Referendum is Inevitable’

October 8, 2013 // 2 Comments

Deputy PM Nick Clegg has conceded that a referendum on EU membership is ‘inevitable’. In a speech today he urged those who are pro-European to start making the case for remaining in Europe, saying “It will not be enough to speak up on the eve of a referendum.” He has also [...]

Tuesday 8th October

October 8, 2013 // 0 Comments

The Telegraph  Politicians reject Press self-regulation after hacking scandal Britain admits it has no figures on EU ‘welfare tourist’ numbers   The Guardian Hope of malaria vaccine by 2015 after successful trials Public to get more Royal Mail shares   The Independent [...]

BREAKING: The MEP candidates announced

October 7, 2013 // 2 Comments

The full list of candidates for next year’s European elections has been announced, now in their list order as voted for by the members. It’s no surprise that the better known candidates raked in the most votes, with the members engaging very little with candidates online in the end. [...]

Monday 7th October

October 7, 2013 // 0 Comments

The Telegraph  Last minute dash for Royal Mail shares as City set to make millions Two Conservative MPs stand down ahead of reshuffle   The Guardian Stick with Europol, May told Keith Bristow – who leads the new National Crime Agency, ‘Britain’s FBI’ – faces battle to [...]
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